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 This option allows you to [[port|export]] data from an object to a WLP file or straight to another object. ​ This option allows you to [[port|export]] data from an object to a WLP file or straight to another object. ​
  
-Choose object type (unit/​resource/​user) in the dropdown list //Export from//. Then select export destination — to a file or an item. +Choose object type (unit/​resource/​user) in the //Export from// ​dropdown list. Then select ​the export destination — to a file or an item. 
  
 __**Export to an item**__ __**Export to an item**__
  
-In the //Source items// section, select a necessary item (just one). To quickly find certain object, use the [[user/​gui/​masks#​dynamic_filter|dynamic filter]] (works by various criteria). ​ When the item is selected, its __available__ properties or contents are displayed on the right, in the section ​//Export options//. Choose data for export. To tick all items at once, hold <​ctrl> ​key and select any item. Repeat the same operation to uncheck all items at once.  ​+In the //Source items// section, select a necessary item (just one). To quickly find certain object, use the [[user/​gui/​masks#​dynamic_filter|dynamic filter]] (works by various criteria). ​ When the item is selected, its __available__ properties or contents are displayed on the right, in the //Export options// ​section. Choose ​the data for export. To tick all items at once, hold the //​Ctrl// ​key and select any item. Repeat the same operation to uncheck all items at once.  ​
  
 {{ :​port:​exp-wlp1.png?​nolink }} {{ :​port:​exp-wlp1.png?​nolink }}
  
-If you perform ​export to an item, then the [[#​import_from_wlp|Import]] dialog described above is displayed. Select destination objects there and press OK. +If you selected an export to an item, the [[#​import_from_wlp|Import]] dialog described above is displayed. Select destination objects there and press //OK//
  
 __**Export to a file**__ __**Export to a file**__
  
-You can choose one or more objects to export ​them to a file. To select multiple items, use <​ctrl> ​or <​shift> ​keys. However, note that when exporting several objects subitems of Commands, Sensors etc. cannot be expanded. Thus, you can export only the whole contents of such tabs. +You can choose one or more objects to export to a file. To select multiple items, use the //​Ctrl// ​or //​Shift// ​keys. However, note that when exporting several objects, the subitems of Commands, Sensors etc. cannot be expanded. Thus, you can export only the whole contents of such tabs. 
  
-You can additionally type a name for the file. Otherwise, the file will be named after the origination item (if only one is chosen) or have a name like 'Units'/'Resources'/'Users' ​(if multiple items are selected). ​+You can additionally type a name for the file. Otherwise, the file is named after the origination item (if only one is chosen) or have a name like //Units/////Resources/////Users// (if multiple items are selected). ​
  
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-If you export to a file, then after you press OK, file is stored on the disk. As a result, you get a single WLP file (in case of one source item) or an archive with several files (in case if multiple source items). ​+If you export to a file, after you press //OK//the file is stored on the disk. As a result, you get a single WLP file (in case of one source item) or an archive with several files (in case if multiple source items). ​
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