File Type : Control Information Cache (Microsoft Corporation)
Compatible with (Win10, Win8, Win7, Vista and WinXP)
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Stores cached information about a control that has been inserted into an Microsoft Office document; allows additional controls to be added in less time; in Microsoft Office 2000, the EXD files are stored in the following folders:
EXD files are created when a user inserts an ActiveX control into a document using the Control Toolbox in a Microsoft Office program. They are also created when any type of control is inserted into a custom UserForm in the Microsoft Visual Basic Editor.
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Software that can be used to open EXDfiles: