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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Project 2002 by Tim Pyron

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Saving and Protecting Files

Understanding how to effectively work with project files is important for project managers. This chapter discusses how to manipulate project files, save and protect your work, use project templates, and use the Organizer.

You can save files as project documents, HTML files, or workspace files. In addition, if you are working with a group of people who need access to a project file, you might want to protect the file against accidental changes.

Designating a Default Save Location and File Format

When you save a project, the file is saved as a project file type (with the extension .mpp) in the My Documents folder. These are the default settings for file type and location. However, Project allows you to designate a ...

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