.pip File Extension – A Brief Introduction
Two file types are recorded to be associated with the .pip file extension. A brief description for these two file types is provided.
File Type #1 – Office Personalized Settings File
The file type .pip is primarily recorded to be associated with Microsoft Office programs. The .pip files are preference files that contain ‘Personalized Menus and Toolbars’ settings of Microsoft programs, such as Word or Excel.
A Microsoft program studies what menu commands are most often used by the user. It then creates .pip files to allow the display of only commonly used commands in a shortened version of each menu.
The .pip files come under the category of settings files.
.pip files – nomenclature and location
.pip files are named as <name of the associated program>.pip. For instance, the .pip file associated with Microsoft Word is named Word.pip.
The .pip files are located in C:\Users\AppData\Microsoft\Office folder.
Note: Here, C: is taken to be the drive on which Windows is installed.
Programs that open .pip files
- Windows operating system
- Microsoft Office applications
.pip files are used by the Windows operating system and other programs such as Microsoft Office applications. These files should not be edited or modified by the user, as doing so may damage your system.
File Type #2 – Compressed Bitmap Picture
The .pip file type is also known to be associated with compressed bitmap image files, such as JPG, JPEG JPE, JFIF and PJPEG. Little information is available on this file type. If you need to open a compressed bitmap image file (.pip file extension) try using a bitmap editor or bitmap viewer.
If you want to view a .pip file, try using FileCure, which is an advanced file opener program that allows Windows users to successfully open numerous file types.