.PLN File Extension
- Developer by: GRAPHISOFT
- Category: CAD Files
What are .PLN files and how to open them?
Can't open .PLN file? Are you wondering what it contains? On our site we will explain to you what this file is, what it is used for and what software opens the .PLN file.
What is a .PLN file extension?
.PLN file extension is created by GRAPHISOFT. .PLN has been classified as CAD Files.
.PLN is ArchiCAD Project File
Solo project file that contains a 3D model created with ArchiCAD architectural design software; used by architects to design building structures, interiors, exteriors, and landscapes; uses the Archicad Virtual Building technology to simulate the way a real building is constructed.
List of all softwares that can open the ArchiCAD Project File
File Type 2:
Flight Simulator Flight Plan
Developer by: Microsoft Category: Game Files Format: XML
Configuration file formatted in XML that stores a flight plan for Microsoft's Flight Simulator; specifies parameters to the Flight Planner including departure location, destination, route type, waypoints, cruising altitude, and other information.
PLN files are used by Flight Simulator version 2000 and later.
List of all softwares that can open the Flight Simulator Flight Plan
|Microsoft Flight Simulator X Gold Edition|
File Type 3:
Spaceman Planogram File
Developer by: ACNielsen Category: Data Files
Planogram created with ACNielsen Spaceman software; used for merchandising applications, such as retail store layouts; utilized by both retailers and suppliers to plan and analyze product placement.
PLN files can be created with Spaceman Stock Planner or Spaceman Merchandiser. They are saved in a text-based format that can be viewed with Spaceman Viewer.
File Type 4:
Adobe InDesign Plug-in
Developer by: Adobe Systems Category: Plugin Files
Plug-in file used by older versions of InDesign professional page layout software; adds extra features to the software, such as new styling and editing capabilities; used for third-party plugins.
List of all softwares that can open the Adobe InDesign Plug-in