Importing Risks from Excel

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Importing Risks from Excel

Post by Brunswick » Thu May 30, 2019 10:22 am

How do I import my risk register from Excel to RiskyProject Enterprise?
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Re: Importing Risks from Excel

Post by Intaver Support » Thu May 30, 2019 10:26 am

RiskyProject provides an easy to use mapping process to link Excel spreadsheet data to risk properties in the RiskyProject Risk Register
You can import the complete risk register from Microsoft Excel. To do so, you need to map Excel fields to RiskyProject fields.
1. Add, delete, or modify the default properties in RiskyProject to duplicate the columns in the Excel spreadsheet.
2. Modify the Risk Register view by adding, modifying, or hiding columns so that it replicates the Excel spreadsheet
3. On the File menu, click Import > Risks from Excel.
4. Follow the prompts to open the Excel spreadsheet.
5. Using the supplied mapping dialog, link the risk properties to the Excel spreadsheet columns that they represent.
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