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.PMV File Extension

File Type 1PlanMaker Spreadsheet Template

DeveloperSoftMaker Software
2.0 (6 Votes)
CategorySpreadsheet Files

What is a PMV file?

A PMV file is a spreadsheet template created by PlanMaker, a spreadsheet application included with SoftMaker Office. It contains data organized in rows and columns of cells and may also include formulas and charts. PMV files are used for making .PMD and .PMDX spreadsheets.

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Screenshot of a .pmv file in SoftMaker Office PlanMaker 2018

PMV file open in SoftMaker Office PlanMaker 2018

PMV files are saved in a proprietary format and are similar to Microsoft Excel templates (.XLT or .XLTX files). They can also be converted to XLT or XLTX files in PlanMaker.

PMV files were replaced by .PMVX files as the primary file type used to store templates. However, PlanMaker still supports PMV files.

PMV files are typically opened in PlanMaker to create a PMD or PMDX file. They may also be converted to various formats in PlanMaker, including .PDF, XLS, XLSX, .XLSM, .XLTM, .TMD, and .RTF.

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Programs that open PMV files

Updated 3/14/2018

File Type 2Return to Zork Video File

1.0 (2 Votes)
CategoryVideo Files

.PMV File Association 2

File used by Return to Zork (RTZ), an old first-person puzzle-solving and adventure game for DOS; saves video for the introduction and cutscenes; located on copies of the original RTZ CD-ROM.

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NOTE: The original RTZ game for DOS can't be played on recent versions of Windows. However, it can be played with emulation software such as DosBox. GOG, an abandonware distributor, created an updated version of RTZ that is playable on Windows XP and Vista.

Programs that open PMV files

Updated 2/3/2012

About PMV Files

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