Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
If you work with Project Server and Project Web Access on an enterprise
level, consider adding templates on a global level for use across your
company. See Chapters 18 and 19 for more about enterprise-level project
In addition to any tasks in the project, templates can contain any or all of the
following information for those tasks:
All the information for each baseline
Actual values
Rates for all resources
Fixed costs
Notations of tasks that you publish to Microsoft Project Web Access
You can save all this information or only selected items. For example, if you
created a lot of fixed costs (such as equipment) and resources with
associated rates — and you’ll use those in most of your projects — you could save
a template with only fixed costs and resource rates.
To save a file as a template, follow these steps:
1. Open the file you want to save and then choose File
Save As.
The Save As dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 17-2.
Microsoft saves templates in a central folder called Templates.
Figure 17-2:
Save a file
as a
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