There are 4 file types use the .XTP file extension:
- xTime Project Document
- InfoPath Template Part File
- AutoCAD Exported Tool Palettes File
- XTree Data File
1. xTime Project Document
Project accessed by xPlan, a project management application; similar to the .PJ2 and .PJM file; created by the app4mac xTime Project program, which became xPlan; contains project data input such as the budget, project tasks, days off, and task duration.
NOTE: xPlan can open the XTP file and any other files associated with the xTime Project application.
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Updated: July 11, 2015
2. InfoPath Template Part File
File used by Microsoft InfoPath form creation software; saves a form part and can include text, fields, and other form elements; allows the same elements to be reused across multiple form templates (.XSN files).
Updated: November 12, 2012
3. AutoCAD Exported Tool Palettes File
Palette data file used by AutoCAD, a 3D design and documentation CAD application; stores the definitions of tools in a palette located within the AutoCAD user interface; used for exporting individual palettes that can be imported by another AutoCAD installation.
Tool palettes are stored locally in .ATC files. However, ATC files cannot be shared directly with other users. Therefore, you should use XTP files for sharing palettes.
Updated: December 23, 2010
4. XTree Data File
Data format saved by XTree, a popular DOS/Windows disk management utility in the 1980s and early 1990s.
Updated: November 30, 2006