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How can I open a T2S file extension

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Helo, and thanks for the help. I am trying to open a file with a .T2S extenions on a PC running Windows XP Pro. Does anyone know what program I need to use?


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Jon
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There are a lot of links but almost only dead-ends on the Internet regarding .T2S files. I assume but do not know for sure, that it is proprietary. The only mention that makes sense to me is a report format apparently used by government agencies. Tier2Submit software is free to download, but it is intended to convert existing data into either a .zip file or a .t2s file so that it can be filed electronically.
See EPA website: http://www.epa.gov/emergencies/content/epcra/tier2.htm

Can you narrow down the context for us, such as CAD, medical imaging, control software, etc?
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Blue,
I believe that you are on the correct track as far as it being used by a Gov't entity. If I am not mistaken it is supposed to be sent to the Alabama Department of Enviromental Management. The Author of this file can't seem to put his hands on the original file before it was converted. I am not sure what program this file was created in. I will try to get that information to you.

P.S. I am sorry about it taking me so long to get back to you, but me and my wife have just had our second child via emergency C-section. Everyone is doing very good now if you don't consider the lack of sleep.... LOL...

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Jon
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Congratulations, and I am glad to hear that everyone is doing well.

I downloaded the software from the EPA link, and it does have an option for opening existing .t2s files even though it does not mention that in the description. Open the program from the Start Menu > Start Tier II Submit > File > Import\Export > Import Files > browse to your .t2s file.
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Absolutly wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks bunches for your quick responce and dedication to helping others!!
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I read your comments and I went to the EPA website to download the software for one of my users and cannot find the link.
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I found the software download on the EPA site. Thank you so much, it worked!
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