Book file created by FrameMaker, a program used to generate books and other large documents; stores references to FrameMaker documents (.FM and .MIF files), which can contain chapters, appendixes, table of contents, and other books; enables users to compile a book from smaller document subparts.
NOTE: When you rename files referenced in a BOOK file, FrameMaker also renames the referenced files on disk. This is because FrameMaker books contain links to the actual FrameMaker documents on the computer's hard drive.
Book design project created by iBooks Author, a program used for authoring digital books for the Apple iPad; stores the sections and chapters of an iBook; can be exported to the .IBOOKS format and directly uploaded to an iPad, or may be published to the Apple iBookstore using the .ITMSP format.
iBook Author documents can also be exported to .PDF and .TXT (plain text) formats for reading on the local computer or other devices.
NOTE: iBooks Author uses the .IBA file extension as the default extension for iBooks designs. However, it also supports the ".book" extension for designs.
File used by Budget In Brief, a program used for generating budget documents; saved using XML formatting and contains document generation properties; also includes references to input budget data files and the output document templates; can be used to generate Microsoft Word .DOCX files and .PDF documents.
Budget In Brief supports several different document types for creating the output budget reports. These formats include .DOC, .DOCX, .RTF, .HTML, and .ODT. The program can also accept input data sources from Microsoft Excel .XLSX files and .XML files.
NOTE: BOOK files are currently created using a plain text editor, such as Microsoft Notepad, or an XML editor.