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2. In the Save As Type list, click Template.
Project selects the Templates folder as the Save In location.
3. Click Save.
The Save As Template dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 17-3.
Choose which information about values and resource rates will be saved
with all the tasks in the project in the template.
Figure 17-3:
Save values
and
resource
rates with
the tasks in
the project
in a
template.
4. Select the check boxes for the information that you want saved in the
template.
5. Click Save.
The file is saved in the template format with the MPT extension.
When you open a new project and want to use a saved template, click On
Computer in the New Project task pane. The Templates dialog box appears,
and any templates you’ve saved will appear in the list on the General tab.
Just open the template, and then save it as a Project file with a new name.
Master the Organizer
Project has this marvelously flexible nature that allows you to customize a lot
of things. For example, you can create your own tables of data to display in
views that contain sheet panes. You also can create your own filters, reports,
and calendars. If you have any kind of a life, you don’t want to spend your
evenings re-creating all that stuff for your next project. Instead, use the
Organizer to copy them to other Project files.
The Organizer allows you to take information in one file and copy it to
another file. You can also rename the items. Some of the most commonly
used types of items you can copy with Organizer include
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