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  1. bpa002

    bpa002 Thread Starter

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    Hi All
    Found an old .pfl file on my computer.
    Think from a lawyer.
    How can I view it.
    Tried Adobe didn't help.
    Tnx in advance
     
  2. flavallee

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    This is what a Google search turned up:

    The PFL file extension is used by Lotus Freelance, which is part of Lotus 1-2-3.
    These files contain presentations made in Freelance.

    PFL files are used by older versions of the Quicken WillMaker and Family Lawyer software.
    Quicken WillMaker 2006 was still capable of importing older PFL files.

    Family Lawyer is a software program from Broderbund that is used for daily legal matters.
    Data files used by the program have the PFL file extension.

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  3. bpa002

    bpa002 Thread Starter

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    Tnx for your help.
    I just have one file.
    Any way I can read it without buying the program?
     
  4. flavallee

    flavallee Trusted Advisor

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    I personally am not familiar with .PFL files.

    Here are some Google links that you can browse through.

    Good luck.

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