There are 3 file types use the .NDX file extension:
1. dBASE Index File
Index file that defines the structure and fields of a database; consists of a header followed by a B-tree, which contains a root, branch, and leaf nodes; used primarily by dBASE, but may be recognized by other database programs.
Updated: November 24, 2007
2. Neat 5 Archive File
Archive file created by Neat 5, a digital document organizer; contains an exported copy of a Neat folder of documents or single document, such as a receipt or recipe, that can be shared between Neat users.
To create a NDX file, select the folder under the cabinet that you want to export, click(for entire folder) or (for selected items from a folder), choose the save location, and click .
To import a NDX file, select, click "Browse," navigate to your NDX file, and click .
NOTE: The NDX file is similar to .NRX, .NRT, and .NRF files, which are used by older versions of Neat.
Updated: September 6, 2016
3. MyDraw XML Drawing
An NDX file is a drawing created by Nevron Software MyDraw, an application for creating various diagrams and technical illustrations. It stores text, shapes, lines, and other objects arranged together on a free-form canvas. NDX files are similar to MyDraw .NDB drawings but are saved in XML format instead of binary format.
You can open NDX files with Nevron Software MyDraw in Windows and macOS by selecting.
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Updated: March 19, 2021