Can a file have no extension?
You can check the file extension in the Type column in Windows File Explorer. Alternatively, right-click the file and select Properties. On the General tab of the file properties, you will see the file type. If it says File, you know the file doesn’t have an extension.
Why do some files not have an attachment? Although extensions with an extension below windows are fairly ubiquitous, they are not necessary, they are more convenient to give the operating system a hint as to which application should open the file if you double-click it. You can choose to give up extensions altogether – for example renaming mydocument. doc in my document.
What is a plain text file?
A plain text file is a document that does not contain formatting, images, colors, or other types of tags. It also includes single line breaks and spacing. Rich Text File is the default format of popular text editors such as Microsoft Word, Apple Pages and Notes, Google Doc, and even HTML emails.
What does a plain text file mean? Plain text (.txt) is a type of digital file that does not contain computer tags, special formatting, or code. This is the only file type recognized by Lexile Analyzer. Note: Copying and pasting or uploading non-plain text and text files may include computer tags, special formatting, and code.