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Chapter 4. Working with Project Files > Saving and Protecting Files

Saving and Protecting Files

When you create a new file or edit an existing one, you will want to save the project document. You can save files as project documents, HTML files, or workspace files. Additionally, if you are working with a group of people who need access to your project file, you might want to protect the file from accidental changes.

Designating a Default Save Location and File Format

When you save a project, the file is saved as a project (. MPP) file type in the My Documents folder. These are the default settings for file type and location. A new feature in Project 2000 allows you to designate a different default location and file type for your project files. Not only can you specify the default settings for your project files, but you also can designate default locations for your own templates (called User Templates) and templates you share with others.


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