Exporting your logical framework to a new MS Excel workbook

In the Menu bar, click on File → Export →Export to MS Excel →Export Logframe. Logframer will open Microsoft Excel and create a new workbook with your logical framework.

The logical framework will be exported as you see it in Logframer. That means that when you hide the assumptions column in Logframer, you will get a logframe in Excel with the first three columns (or rather six columns: column A contains the numbers of the objectives, column B the actual objectives, column C the numbers of the indicators, column D the actual indicators and so on).

This means that you can easily create custom views of your logframe in Excel, while you only have to design your logical framework once in Logframer.




 

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