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Microsoft® Office Project 2003 Inside Out by Teresa S. Stover

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Chapter 29. Managing Project Files

It's a very basic concept: When you save a project file, you're ensuring that it'll be there when you need to open and work on it again. In a nutshell, managing project files involves saving, finding, and opening your project files. The majority of the time, that's all there is to it. But you can't open a file if you can't find it. You want to be sure you know where you put your files; if you're at a loss, you need to know the best techniques for searching for and finding them quickly.

You also want to guard against data loss in the event of a system crash by saving your file often enough and having a ...

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