Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
You save a Project file by using the same process you’ve used hundreds of
times to save files in other software applications.
To save a Project file, do this:
1. Choose File
The Save As dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 4-11. If you use other
software, you’ve probably seen this dialog box about 2 million times.
2. From the Save In list, locate the folder in which you want to save
3. In the File Name box, type a name.
4. Click Save.
If you want to save changes to a previously saved Project file by using a
different filename or file format (for example saving as an Excel spreadsheet or
a Project template), choose File ➪ Save As and provide a new filename or file
type at the bottom of the Save As dialog box.
If you want to share your file with others and you have Project Server set up
in your organization, you can do so by using Project Web Access to publish it
online. See Chapter 19 for the lowdown on this useful collaborative tool.