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What is the best converter used for converting xlsm format to mpp file format.

Microsoft Project supports XLSX and XLSB formats from Microsoft Excel and can use the data from them to create a new plan file through an import wizard. It does not support XLSM files though, i.e. Excel spreadsheets with macros.

You have to first re-save .xlsm as .xlsm files Microsoft Excel before you can use it in Microsoft Project.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

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Additional links: Open xlsm file, Open mpp file


Files with xlsm extension are used for workbooks of spreadsheets created in Microsoft Excel that also include macros, that enhance the functionality of the spreadsheet but some automation features. Other spreadsheets might open xlsm files as well, however they most likely wont be able to use the Excel specific formatting and macros.


Files with mpp extension can be usually found as plans (projects) made using Microsoft Project project management software program developed by Microsoft.

An mpp file extension is associated with the Atari ST multi palette picture file format.


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