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How do you open a QRP file?

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Files with the extension ".qrp" are opened with the software application QuickReport, developed by QBS Software. Anyone who does not have QuickReport can use the freeware program SmartQRP to open QRP files for viewing and printing.

QuickReport is a software application used to design reports and projects within the Delphi integrated development environment, IDE. QuickReport files contain report data such as graphics, tables, text and layout details. File extensions are usually the last three characters after the final dot in a file name. The extension tells an operating system, such as Windows or OSX, the correct program to use to open the file.


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