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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Project 2002 by Tim Pyron

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Importing Projects

One of the requirements for taking full advantage of the Project server environment is that all project schedules be stored in the Project server database.

During the initial deployment of Microsoft Project 2002, however, a significant number of project schedules exist as .MPP files that need to migrate to a Project server. In addition, you might need to import project schedules from external vendors or other departments within your company, or you might want to import what-if schedules that users have built while not connected to the Project server.

To help bring these schedules into a Project server database, and to assist ...

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