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Microsoft® Office Project 2007 Inside Out by Teresa S. Stover

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Chapter 15. Exchanging Information Between Project Plans

You might occasionally find it necessary to share information between project plans, especially when you’re working with multiple projects or adapting information from an old, finished project to a new project you’re beginning to plan. There are a variety of situations in which you might need to share information, as follows:

  • A task in one project might depend on the start or finish of a task in another project.

  • Task or resource information or specific fields might need to be copied or moved from one project to another.

  • Customized project elements, such as views, ...

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