The.qmbl file extension is used to store files created with the LabQuest software. These files are data-related, storing graphs, charts, data-collection, tables, and notes. Using and opening a .qmbl extension file is not difficult to do as long as you follow the simple steps below.

A qmbl file extension was developed by Vernier and came from LabQuest Document. Data contained in such files can be transferred to external storage devices like USBs and hard drives. In order to use such files, you will need to use one of the two software available that can open .qmbl files. We will dive deeper into this in the next section.

Opening a .QMBL File on Windows 7,8, and 10

Opening a .qmbl file on Windows requires only four easy steps to accomplish. The first step is to download and install Vernier Logger Lite software or Vernier Logger Pro. These two will allow you to open the file. Once you have downloaded and installed either software, the second step is to locate the .qmbl download file on your computer. More often than not, Windows will automatically download it and store it in the C drive’s downloads folder.

After locating the file, the third step is to simply right-click and choose “Open with” and select either Vernier Logger Lite or Vernier Logger Pro, whichever you have decided to install on your Windows operating system. The fourth and final step is to choose “OK” when the window pops up asking if you would like to open the file in a specified location.

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Opening  .QMBL File on MAC OS

Like opening a .qmbl file on Windows, there are also four steps to opening this file type on MAC OS. The first step is to download and install the software of your choice, Vernier Logger Lite software or Vernier Logger Pro. Once it has been successfully installed, the second step is to navigate to the file location. Third, right-click on the file and choose “Open with,” and fourth, select “OK” to open the file extension.

Trouble Opening .QMBL Files?

If you have trouble opening your .qmbl file, make sure to double-check that you are clicking on the correct file extension. It is not uncommon for people to open the wrong file, which results in errors or the idea that the file does not work or is corrupted. Make sure that the extension is .qmbl and not its likeness (.qmg, .qmk, .qmtf, or .qpb). These will require a totally different software to open.