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4. A legacy file format confirmation dialog box appears; click Yes.
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The Export Wizard appears.
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Tip When you use import/export maps, it makes no difference what current view in Project is displayed. The current view does not affect what data can or cannot be exported.
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The second page of the Export Wizard appears.
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6. Click Use existing map, and then click Next. 7. Under Choose a map for your data, select Cost data by task.
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On the next page of the wizard, you can see your options for the types of data to export, the delimiter between data values (tab or space), and other options.
9. Click Next.
Use these buttons to control what fields will be exported.
Here, you can see the detailed field mapping to be applied for this export. You can customize what data to export and how it is organized. For this export, however, you ll use the default settings.
10. Click Finish.
Project saves the text file. To view it, you will open the file in Notepad.
11. On the Start menu, point to All Programs, click Accessories, and click Notepad.
Notepad starts.
12. In Notepad, make sure that Word Wrap is turned off. (On the Format menu,
Word Wrap should not be selected.)
13. On the File menu, click Open. 14. Open the document Sharing Costs in your 17 folder.
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In this file, the fields are separated by tabs. It might not be easy for you to read, but this format is imported easily into virtually any data-crunching program.
15. On the File menu, click Exit. Notepad closes, and you return to Project.
To conclude this exercise, you ll restore the Trust Center settings.
16. 17. 18. 19.
On the File tab, click Options. Click the Trust Center tab, and then click Trust Center Settings. Click the Legacy Formats tab. Under Legacy Formats, click Do not open/save file with legacy or non-default file formats in Project.
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20. Click OK to close the Trust Center dialog box, and then click OK again to close the
Project Options dialog box.
Working with File Formats from Previous Versions of Project
Project 2000, 2002, and 2003 shared a common file format that could be opened by any version of Project from 2000 to 2003. In other words, if you were using Project 2000, 2002, or 2003, you didn t need to pay attention to the Project file format across these three versions of Project. To accommodate the new functionality introduced in a new product release, Project 2007 introduced its own file format, as has Project 2010. When running Project 2010, you may find you need to share project plans with users of previous versions of Project. There are a few ways of doing this. The simplest strategy is to save in Microsoft Project 2000 2003 format or Microsoft Project 2007 format (these are both file formats listed in the Save as type box in the Save As dialog box). However, some data relating to new features in Project 2010 will be changed or discarded when saved. Manually scheduled tasks, for example, will be converted to automatically scheduled tasks. Another strategy is to try to open a Project 2010 file in an earlier version of Project. Because the Project 2010 file format differs from that of all earlier versions of Project, you cannot open 2010 files in Project 2007 without first downloading a file converter from the Microsoft.com Web site. If a Project 2007 user tries to open a 2010 file, Project will prompt them to download the converter. Even when using the converter, new features introduced in Project 2010, such as manually scheduled tasks, are not supported in earlier versions of the software.
Generating Visual Reports with Excel and Visio
Project 2010 can generate visual reports that focus on sharing schedule details with other applications. Specifically, you can use the Visual Reports feature to export data from Project to either Excel or Microsoft Visio and, once there, visually represent schedule details in compelling formats.
Generating Visual Reports with Excel and Visio
A visual report can include task, resource, or assignment details. When you select a visual report in Project, it generates a highly structured database, called an Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) cube, from your project plan. Project then starts either Excel or Visio (depending on the visual report you selected), loads and organizes the data used by that application, and generates a graphical representation of that data (an Excel chart or a Visio diagram). The specific results you obtain depend on the type of visual report you choose:
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