File Extension Database

Open ATT File

The ATT extension files can take various formats and applications, some of them below.

Web Form Post

In this section, the ATT file is created by web forms when users submit data in a web browser.

The ATT file contains the content of a web form that has been emailed to the designated recipient,

The ATT file is attached to email messages with the file name postdata.att.

ATT files are often received via email when the form encoding type is incorrect.

For example, the type of encoding (enctype) can be "text" instead of "text/plain".

Alphacam Lathe Tool File

In this second section, the ATT file is a file used by Alphacam, a program enabled to create woodworking designs.

More about AlphaCam

ALPHACAM is an intelligent CAD CAM software for woodworking, metal and stone cutting. Modules include routing, milling, turning with 2 to 5 axis machining.

The ATT contains a lathe tool that is specified for a CAD woodworking layout, and is used to store different types of lathes.

Software to open and work with an ATT file

Due to the diversity of formats that a file with the ATT extension can take, it is necessary to make sure, first, of the type of format and then choose one of the following software packages.

How Can I Open ATT File on Windows

How Can I Open ATT File on Mac OS

How Can I Open ATT File on Android

If you downloaded a ATT file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:

How to Open ATT File on iPhone or iPad

To open ATT File on iOS device follow steps below:

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