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Any tools for Windows 2000 can check all current opened files ?

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Would like to ask, are there any tools for Windows 2000 can check all current opened files ?

My company is using a very old software, the vendor company has already closed for a no. of years and now we need to migrate the software data to the new system.  However, since the vendor have not left any documents to us, therefore, to diagnose what the current screen opens what data files (written using DBASE IV) is impossible for us.  The DBASE IV program runs WINDOW as well as in DOS mode (some in Window, some in DOS).

I would like to check whether there is any tools (no matter from Microsoft or third party vendor, free or not) that can check the files opened by the current running program (or even for all files opened under the current Window login session).

Can any one help ?

Cheers
Stanley LMW

** I need the tools, not specifically for DBASE IV or CLIPPER, WINDOW or DOS, cause we had another Windows application that have the same case with our DBASE IV program, but we do not know what development tools creates it**
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Thanks a lot.  Exactly what I want.

Cheers
StanleyLMW
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