generate qr code using c#.net In this exercise, you copy tabular data from Project and paste it into Excel and Word. in C#

Draw QR Code in C# In this exercise, you copy tabular data from Project and paste it into Excel and Word.

In this exercise, you copy tabular data from Project and paste it into Excel and Word.
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Note The following exercise requires Word and Excel. If you do not have access to one or both of these programs, you can experiment with pasting tabular data from Project into other applications. In general, you should get the expected pasting results if your destination application supports the HTML format.
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SET UP Start Project if it s not already running. You need the Sharing_Start project plan located in your 17 practice file folder to complete this exercise. Open the Sharing_Start project plan, and then follow these steps.
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1. On the File tab, click Save As.
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The Save As dialog box appears.
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2. In the File name box, type Sharing, and then click Save.
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To begin, you ll copy some task names, durations, and start and finish dates from Project to Word.
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3. In the Entry table on the left side of the Gantt Chart view, select from the name of
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task 5, Editorial, through task 13 s finish date, Wed 9/19/12.
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Sharing Project Information with Other Programs
Tip One quick and easy way to select this range is to click the name of task 5, hold down the Shift key, and then click the finish date of task 13.
4. On the Task tab, in the Clipboard group, click Copy.
Project copies the selected range to the Clipboard.
5. Start Word (or a comparable word processor application), create a new document,
and then paste the Clipboard contents into the new document. If you have Word 2010, your screen should look similar to the following illustration.
Pasting into Word generated a formatted table. The column headings from Project are included in the table, and the summary task and subtask outline structure from Project has been indicated as well. Next, you ll paste tabular data from Project into a spreadsheet application.
6. Start Excel (or a comparable spreadsheet application) and create a new document.
Now you will copy resource cost details from Project to Excel.
7. Switch back to Project. 8. On the View tab, in the Resource Views group, click Resource Sheet.
The Resource Sheet view replaces the Gantt Chart view.
9. On the View tab, in the Data group, click Tables and then click Cost.
This is the resource cost information you d like to paste into Excel.
Copying Project Data to Other Programs
10. Click the Select All button in the upper-left corner of the Cost table.
Project selects the entire table, although only cells that contain values will be copied.
Click the Select All button to select the entire table.
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Sharing Project Information with Other Programs
11. On the Task tab, in the Clipboard group, click Copy.
Project copies the selected range to the Clipboard.
12. Switch back to Excel and then paste the Clipboard contents into the new document.
In Excel, if necessary, widen any columns that don t display the data values and instead display pound signs (##). If you have Excel 2010, your screen should look similar to the following illustration.
As with pasting into Word, note that pasting into Excel generated the correct column headings, and the cell values are the expected data types.
13. Close Word and Excel, and then switch back to Project.
The pasting of rich tabular data into Word or Excel does not work the same way in all applications. If you were to paste the same data into Notepad, for example, the result would be tab-delimited data and no column headings. Feel free to experiment with this.
Opening Other File Formats in Project
Opening Other File Formats in Project
Information that you need to incorporate into a Project plan can come from a variety of sources. A task list from a spreadsheet or resource costs from a database are two examples. You might want to use the unique features of Project to analyze data from another program. For example, many people keep to-do lists and simple task lists in Excel, but accounting for basic scheduling issues, such as distinguishing between working and nonworking time, is impractical in Excel. When saving data to or opening data from other formats, Project uses maps (also called import/export maps or data maps) that specify the exact data to import or export and how to structure it. You use import/export maps to specify how you want individual fields in the source program s file to correspond to individual fields in the destination program s file. After you set up an import/export map, you can use it over and over again. For this exercise, a colleague has sent you an Excel workbook that contains her recommended tasks, durations, and sequence of activities for some work that Lucerne Publishing may do in the future.
Tip If you have Excel installed on your computer, open the workbook named Sample Task List in the 17 folder. This is a file you will import into Project. The important things to note about the workbook are the names and order of the columns, and the presence of a header row (the labels at the top of the columns), and that the data is in a worksheet named Tasks. When you are finished with the workbook, close it without saving the changes.
In this exercise, you open an Excel workbook in Project and set up an import/export map to control how the Excel data is imported into Project.
Important Project 2010 has a security setting that may prevent you from opening files from previous versions of Project, or files in other non-default formats. You ll change this setting to complete the following activity and then restore it to its original setting.
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