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Exporting sub-tasks to a new project file

Exporting sub-tasks to a new project file

Exporting sub-tasks to a new project file

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Greetings people !!
  I am new to this community and also new to using MS Project. I am working with Project 2003 (standard version) and the question I had was, is it possible to export a subtask to a new project file so that I can generate report for a particular subtask.
  Also is it possible to import a project file and incorporate it into your existing project (just like using the project template in EXCEL) ??
  Any useful tips or ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Abhishek Yadav.
 

RE: Exporting sub-tasks to a new project file

I am not sure if other more sphisticated tools are available - but I do copy/ paste to a new project file - or even into Excel. It works for me. !

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