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Import data

Import from Microsoft Office and Google Docs

  1. Open Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel or Google Docs document
  2. Make a selection
  3. Press Ctrl + C (copy keyboard shortcut)
  4. Click on proper data grid in Prime Timetable to give it a focus
  5. Press Ctrl + V (paste keyboard shortcut)

Import from another timetable

  1. Choose Import > Import from timetable
  2. Select one of previously created timetables
  3. Selected timetable will be imported into the existing timetable

Import from Xml

Prime Timetable supports importing timetable data from Xml documents. Xml document can also be from other school scheduling/timetabling software, e.g. aSc TimeTables. To import from Xml document:

  1. Choose Import > Import from Xml Document
  2. Browse to locate your Xml document
  3. Click Open
  4. Timetable from Xml Document will be imported into the existing timetable

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