Indicate the different sections

Finally, you have to indicate for each section in which rows the objectives, indicators, etc. can be found. This means that for each section, you enter the number of the first and the last row. Do not include any title rows (if you do, these will also be imported and then you have to remove them manually because Logframer uses its own section titles).

For instance, in the example below, the first row is a title row. So the goals section starts on the second row. There is only one goal in this project, so the goals section also ends on the second row. Row 3 again is a title row, and the purposes section starts on row 4.

Indicate the ranges of rows that correspond to the different sections

You can also select what information can be found in the second and third column of the Activities section. In most cases, this is where you'd put the necessary resources and the budget for each resource. But if you use progress indicators to check how your activities are doing, you can do that too.

You don't need to import a whole logframe. If you only want to import goals and purposes for instance, but not the outputs or activities, you just complete the start and end rows for the first two sections.

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