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4. From the Calendars Available In drop-down list (lower left), select the
Project 2007 file that contains the calendar you want to copy. In the
Calendars Available In drop-down list (lower right), choose whether
you want to make the calendar available in another currently open
project or the Global template.
5. In the list on the left, click the calendar you want to copy and then
click the Copy button.
The calendar is copied to the current project.
6. If you want to give the calendar a different name, click the Rename
button, type a new name in the Rename dialog box that appears, and
then click OK.
7. Close the Organizer by clicking the close button (the X) in the
upperright corner.
Here are a few pointers about copying calendars from project to project:
Make sure that the name you give the calendar is descriptive.
Providing an appropriate name helps you remember the calendar’s
general parameters.
If your company has standard calendars, try having one resource
create and disseminate them. If ten versions of a management calendar
float around and you grab the wrong one, it can cause problems.
Put the project manager’s initials in each calendar template name you
create. That way, you know which ones you created.
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