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Saving to other file formats from Project
Unless you changed the default scheduling setting for new tasks, the task list is
manually scheduled.
This is a simple task list with just task names and durations. The process for importing
more complex structured data is similar, however.
Close the new Sample Task List file without saving the changes.
The Sharing plan remains open in Project.
Saving to other file formats from Project
Pasting Project data into other programs as you did earlier might be fine for one-time or
infrequent needs, but this technique might not work as well if you must export a large
volume of data from Project. Instead, you can save Project data in different file formats, which
can be accomplished in various ways, including the following:
You can save the entire project as Extensible Markup Language (XML) format for
structured data exchange with other applications that support XML.
You can save only the data you specify in a different format. The supported formats
include Excel workbook and tab-delimited or comma-delimited text. When saving to
these formats, you choose the format in which you want to save, pick a built-in export
map (or create your own), and export the data.
TIP You can also save the active view to an archival format such as XPS or PDF that
preserves layout and formatting but is generally not editable. For more information, see
Chapter 17, “Applying advanced formatting and printing.”
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