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4. A minty-fresh email swims onto your monitor, with your invitation written in
the body and a link to click in order to join the shared project. Now just address
and send it… and you’re done.
Tip: If you save your shared project to a shared folder on your computer, you won’t be able to send email
invitations to others. They will have to subscribe to the project manually by clicking Subscribe on the File
menu.
Accessing Projects from Other Office Programs
Entourage is the place to set up your projects, but it’s not the only Office program
that can access and modify projects. You can view your projects from Word, Excel,
and PowerPoint as well. Here are the ways:
Project Gallery. You can access projects from the Project Gallery (which opens
when you launch Word, Excel, or PowerPoint). Click the Project tab, select your
project and click Open. You can also double-click any of the project files displayed
in the Projects Gallery, or select the file and then click Open. If the Project Gallery
isn’t visible, choose FileProject Gallery.
Project Center
Figure 10-25:
You can also open the Project Center from the other programs in
Office 2004. To do so just click ToolsProject Palette, or, if the Tool-
box is open, click the briefcase button at its upper right. This panel
provides a capsule view of the items in your project that you’re most
likely to need at your fingertips, like today’s schedule, currently due
tasks, and recent email messages. (For more detail, see page 667.)
The Projects Palette can show only one project at a time; choose from
the pop-up menu at the top to choose among them. Here, the project
is called “Falklands.”
Clicking the Go to Project Center button at the bottom of the Projects
Palette opens the main Project Center window shown in Figure 10-21.
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Tools menu. Choosing ToolsProjects Palette in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
opens Projects pane of the Toolbox (page 663). Click the arrow next to the currently
displayed project to view a pop-up menu with a list of all your projects. Click on
the project that you wish to display.
Toolbox. Click the red toolbox icon on the Standard Toolbar in Word, Excel, and
PowerPoint to open the Toolbox, then click the briefcase icon to display the Projects
Palette (Figure 10-25). You can get a quick overview from this panel, or for full
detail click the Go to Project Center button at the panel’s bottom.
Accessing Other
Office Programs
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