Design Web Format (DWF) represents 2D/3D drawing in compressed format for viewing, reviewing, or printing design files. It contains graphics and text as part of design data and reduces the size of the file due to its compressed format. The reduced file size makes the distribution and communication of rich design data efficient. DWF doesn't require the recipient to know about the usage of CAD software that created the original drawing.
XLAM files are used to extend the modules provided by Excel. They can be added to Excel 2007 or later, or to earlier versions of Excel with Open XML component support. File used by Microsoft Excel, a program that allows users to create and edit spreadsheets; contains a macro-enabled add-in, which provides extra functionality and tools that may execute macros.
You can also convert DWF into many other file formats. Please see the complete list below.