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

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Sharing Customized Elements Among Projects

If you customize elements—such as tables, views, fields, or filters—in one project, you will probably want to use those elements in a new project. Some customized elements are stored in the project in which you create them, whereas others (menus and toolbars) are stored in the global template. In either case, you can copy elements to other projects or templates by using the Organizer. If you want a customized element available to every new project, use the Organizer to copy the element to the global template. In addition, you can use the Organizer to rename or remove elements from a project or template.

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For information about using the global template, see the section titled Working with the Project ...

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