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Uh...I'm unsure what is being asked. What is a dbf file. What is foxpro? Why ask here as your first post. I feel like you are setup spam and not a serious questioner. Feel free to disabuse me of this feeling.

 

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Hi Kelvinfrost.

 

Like Nergal, I hadn't heard of a dbf file either, but have a look here. Might be useful.

 

 

DBF Viewer Plus  v1.74: (The Portable Freeware Collection)

 

Authors Site:

 

It's a simple standalone utility (no install) and both sites are reputable. I've had a look at the program myself out of curiosity, and although of no use to me, it does appear to be exactly what it's supposed to be.

 

Hope that helps.

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