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Audit Plan export: XLSX

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Jonathon Plowman-Samson
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Summary

Learn about the information found within the audit plan when exported in XLSX format.


Overview

To learn how to export an audit plan, look through the guide in Exporting an Audit Plan.

The XLSX version of an audit plan export contains three sheets:

  • Data
  • Settings
  • Summary 

Data

The Data sheet provides information about the analysis' transactions/entries, tasks, and control points.

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The Control Points section of the export includes a column header for each control point and shows the risk score each transaction/entry received from a machine learning control point (if applicable) and whether the transaction/entry triggered a rule-based control point.

Settings

The Settings sheet provides information regarding the settings used with this export.

The column headers for the “Settings” sheet include the following:

  • Analysis
  • Analyzed On
  • Creation Date
  • Last Modified Date
  • Accounting Period
  • Audit Objectives
  • Default Suspicious Keywords
  • Suspicious Keywords
  • Default Complex Transaction Keywords
  • Complex Transaction Keywords
  • Default Manual Entries
  • Manual Entries
  • Control Point Weights
  • System Default Weight
  • Current Weight
  • Last Modification By
  • Reason for Deviation
  • Date Setting Changed

Summary 

The Summary sheet outlines some high-level details about the export, such as the engagement’s name, the time it was exported, the name of the analysis, and the filters that were applied while generating the export (if any). 

 

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