.snp file

How do you open .snp file?
JohnLucaniaAsked:
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shuboarderCommented:
Just to add to comments above...

SNP is the file extension for the Microsoft Access database snapshot file.

To view Snapshot files (.snp), the user must have the Snapshot Viewer program installed. The viewer comes with Microsoft Access 97 SR-1, Microsoft Access 2000, and Microsoft Access XP. It can also be downloaded for free from Microsoft’s webpage.

To open a .snp file, just double click the file and Snapshot Viewer will automatically open displaying the file contents.If MS Access is already installed on the computer and you still cannot view .snp files, the option to install Snapshot Viewer was probably not selected during the installation of MS Access.
drumer901Commented:
Hey shuboarder, thats exactly what is said, but i gave a link to a program that can open it!
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shuboarderCommented:
To be fair its not exactly the same is it?

JohnLucania - was simply adding to comments by drumer901 to be a bit more informative. Please do not consider me for points
diegofelipeCommented:
what about opening in a mobile ?
ellitechCommented:
ever heard of Google?
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