PIP files are used by the Microsoft Office suite to store preferences and
settings for "Custom menus and bars".
Each Microsoft Office application creates the PIP file when it evaluates which menu commands are used the most.
Only the commonly used commands are shown in an abbreviated version of each menu, which is why the PIP file exists, to save the customized settings.
Each MS Office application has its own PIP file, for example: 'excel.pip', and these are stored in the directory:
An MS Office program can have more than one PIP file, for example, Microsoft Word menu settings files can be named "Word.pip" or "Word2.pip".
The menu options in Office programs can be customized manually by selecting View ? Toolbars ? Customize, finally by clicking on the "Options" tab, these settings are saved in the PIP files.
PIP files are considered system files and their manual opening is not recommended, to work with these files, it is recommended to use the following software package:
Frequently associated Windows objects:
If you downloaded a PIP file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open PIP File on iOS device follow steps below:
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