Templates (.dot) are identical to Word (.doc) files but all of the formatting in them applies to the current document. In Word, if you create a New file and use the default then it has the normal.dot file formats. Some templates have Visual Basic macros to help you fill out the document e.g. your company name in a fax template.
File type and file extension are same thing which indicates or identification of the specific file. Type of the file can be recognized by its file extension which comes after the file name like file.txt, file1.doc etc.
A file with a DOC extension is most commonly a Microsoft Word document file. DOC is probably a Word 2003 (or earlier) file as Office 2007 defaults to .docx.
Both are Microsoft Word document files. ".docx" is the new file extension that newer Microsoft Word version uses while the older versions save word files as ".doc" files.
* The file extension of a Word document is .doc * The file extension of an Excel speadsheet is .xls
The doc extension is short for document and is used for Microsoft Word's documents.
.doc just say hey I'm a old word processing file extension and this is how I need to be opened, so you can read me.
An ordinary Microsoft Word file can have an extension of either doc or docx
Yes MS Word is a doc file. The file extension of MS Word file is .doc, .docx, .docm and many more.
Doc file extension is short for document
.doc or .docx
".odt" is for Open Document and ".doc" is for Word Document.
Microsoft Word's file extension for pre-2007 documents is .doc; the current default extension is .docx.
A file extension indicates what type of file it is. For example, a .exe is an executable file or a program, a .doc is a Word document file, a .bat is a batch file, and so on and on.
The extension. It tells Windows what kind of a file it is. For example, a file with the ".doc" extension is a Microsoft Word Document.
A Microsoft Word file has a .doc extension.
.doc for the old version or .docx for the new one.
Microsoft Word files are saved with the extension .doc
For most typical Word documents the extension is .docFor Excel workbooks (spreadsheets) the extension is .xlsIn general the file extension is the 3 letter/number "code" after the period in the complete file name that gives a hint as to what type of file it is. For example, in the file name resume.docthe word resume is the file's actual name and the .doc tells you that it is a document file.
A folder holds an amount of files . A file such as document (.doc) holds an amount of data.