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What is a DCN?

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A file that has a DCN extension is a Digital Cash Note file, which is associated with VerdiCash Inc, according to About.com. To open a DCN file, double-click it and allow the PC to search for the necessary installed program.

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Many unrecognized file extensions are text-only files, so it may be possible to view the contents using a program like Notepad or Microsoft Word. If the wrong program is attempting to open the file, the default software application for DCN files can be changed. This can be done by going to the Folder Options settings in Windows and adjusting the options for DCN files.

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