MapInfo Interchange Format .MIF files contain boundary objects including areas, curves and points. The objects optionally have attributes (such as color or line style) associated with them.
.MIF files are text files that are usually used as base maps. They can be imported using the File | Import command.
Each. MIF file is usually accompanied by a file with the same name, but with the .MID filename extension. The .MID file contains attribute information about the objects in the map. This information is imported in the objects' Primary ID and Secondary ID. The .MID file can be opened in the worksheet with the File | Open command.
Import Options Dialog
No import options dialog is displayed.