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

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Copying and Moving Information Between Projects

Suppose that a project you just finished has a set of resources you want to use in a new project you’re starting to plan. You can copy the resource information from one project to another using the Copy and Paste commands.

Maybe you’re working with a huge project, and you need to break it up into a master project and subprojects. Or maybe several people are managing different pieces of a single project, and you’re trying to pull together fragments of different project files related to that one project. You can move task information from one project to another using the Cut and Paste commands.

You can copy or move entire sets of task or resource information. You can also copy individual fields of information, ...

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