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.PMVX File Extension

File TypePlanMaker Spreadsheet Template

DeveloperSoftMaker Software
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CategorySpreadsheet Files
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File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

What is a PMVX file?

A PMVX file is a spreadsheet template created by PlanMaker, a spreadsheet program included with Softmaker Office. It stores data organized in rows and columns of cells and may also include charts and formulas. PMVX files are used for creating .PMD and .PMDX spreadsheets with the same formatting or data.

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Screenshot of a .pmvx file in SoftMaker Office PlanMaker 2018

PMVX file open in SoftMaker Office PlanMaker 2018

PMVX files are saved in a proprietary format and are similar to Microsoft Excel templates (.XLT or .XLTX files). They are typically opened in PlanMaker to create a PMD or PMDX file. They may also be converted to other formats in PlanMaker, including .PDF, XLT, XLTX, .XLS, .XLSX, .XLSM, .XLTM, .TMD, and .RTF.

You can create a PMVX file by selecting File → Save or Save as, and then choosing the PMVX format. You can open a PMVX file by selecting File → Open and navigating to the PMVX file. You can also choose File → New and select the template from which you want to create your new document. PMVX files are saved by default in the "Templates [version]" folder of the "SoftMaker" folder in your "Documents" folder path.

NOTE: PMVX files replaced .PMV files as the primary file type used to store templates.

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Programs that open PMVX files
Updated 3/21/2018

About PMVX Files

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