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 ^  2  ^ Export test plan ... | The test plan can now be ...\\  **2a)** ...exported in JSON format.\\ ​ **2b)** ... exported in ASCII transfer format.\\ ​ **2c)** ... exported in CSV format.\\ ​ **2d)** ... exported to an Excel file. || ^  2  ^ Export test plan ... | The test plan can now be ...\\  **2a)** ...exported in JSON format.\\ ​ **2b)** ... exported in ASCII transfer format.\\ ​ **2c)** ... exported in CSV format.\\ ​ **2d)** ... exported to an Excel file. ||
 ^  2a  ^ ... in JSON format | In the context menu, click on **Export to one file** > **JSON**.\\ \\ **Note** Up to program version 1.3.7.0 the entry in the context menu was **Export as**. | In the file manager window that opens, you can now save the file as usual in a location of your choice. | ^  2a  ^ ... in JSON format | In the context menu, click on **Export to one file** > **JSON**.\\ \\ **Note** Up to program version 1.3.7.0 the entry in the context menu was **Export as**. | In the file manager window that opens, you can now save the file as usual in a location of your choice. |
-^  2b  ^ ... ... in ASCII transfer format | **1)** You can either export the partial test plans to separate DFD files by clicking **Export to multiple files** > **ASCII**, or to a merged DFD file* by clicking **Export to one file** > **ASCII**.\\ \\ **Note** A partial test plan contains the characteristics related to a drawing sheet.\\ \\ **Note*** The export to a file is available starting with program version 1.3.7.2. | **1a)** The "​Export in ASCII transfer format"​ dialogue window will open:\\ {{ en:​infra-convert:​user:​functions:​dialogfenster_export_ascii.png?​direct&​400 |}} |+^  2b  ^ ... ... in ASCII transfer format | **1)** You can either export the partial test plans to separate DFD files by clicking **Export to multiple files** > **ASCII**, or to a merged DFD file* by clicking **Export to one file** > **ASCII**.\\ \\ **Note** A partial test plan contains the characteristics related to a drawing sheet.\\ \\ **Note*** The export to a file is available starting with program version 1.3.8.3. | **1a)** The "​Export in ASCII transfer format"​ dialogue window will open:\\ {{ en:​infra-convert:​user:​functions:​dialogfenster_export_ascii.png?​direct&​400 |}} |
 ^  :::  ^ ::: | **2)** Here,​ you can enter data for the file header and then click on **Export**. | **2)** In the file manager window that opens, you can now save the file as usual in a location of your choice | ^  :::  ^ ::: | **2)** Here,​ you can enter data for the file header and then click on **Export**. | **2)** In the file manager window that opens, you can now save the file as usual in a location of your choice |
 ^  2c  ^ ... in CSV format | In the context menu, click on **Export to one file** > **CSV**.\\ \\  **Note** Up to program version 1.3.7.0 the entry in the context menu was **Export as**. | In the file manager that opens, you can now save the file as usual in a location to be determined by you. | ^  2c  ^ ... in CSV format | In the context menu, click on **Export to one file** > **CSV**.\\ \\  **Note** Up to program version 1.3.7.0 the entry in the context menu was **Export as**. | In the file manager that opens, you can now save the file as usual in a location to be determined by you. |
 +^  :::  ^ ... in CSV format (individually formatted) | As an alternative to regular CSV export, you can export an individually formatted CSV test plan based on an Excel template file (XLTX). Follow the instructions for step 2d "​Export test plan to an Excel file". Finally, select "​CSV"​ as the file type in the file manager.\\ \\ **Note** This export option is available as of program version 1.3.9.4. ||
 ^  2d  ^ ... to an Excel file | **1)** In the context menu, click on **Export to one file** > **EXCEL**.\\ \\ **Note** Microsoft Excel must be installed on the computer to execute the export.\\ \\ **Note** Up to program version 1.3.7.0 the entry in the context menu was **Export as**. | **1)**  The "​Export to an Excel file" dialogue window will open:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​functions:​dialogfenster_export_excel.png?​direct&​300 |}} | ^  2d  ^ ... to an Excel file | **1)** In the context menu, click on **Export to one file** > **EXCEL**.\\ \\ **Note** Microsoft Excel must be installed on the computer to execute the export.\\ \\ **Note** Up to program version 1.3.7.0 the entry in the context menu was **Export as**. | **1)**  The "​Export to an Excel file" dialogue window will open:\\ {{ :​en:​infra-convert:​user:​functions:​dialogfenster_export_excel.png?​direct&​300 |}} |
-^  :::  ^ ::: | **2)** Here,​ you can now select the Excel template file and check the **Open Excel** box if you want Microsoft Excel to open once the export is complete. Then, click **Export**. | **2)** In the file manager window that opens, you can now save the file as usual in a location of your choice |+^  :::  ^ ::: | **2)** Here,​ you can now select the Excel template file and check the **Open Excel** box if you want Microsoft Excel to open once the export is complete. Then, click **Export**. | **2)** In the file manager window that opens, you can now save the file as usual in a location of your choice. XLSX, XLS, XLSM and CSV are available as file types.\\ \\ **Note** The file type "​CSV"​ is available as of program version 1.3.9.4. ​|
  
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