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Chapter 8. Defining Resources and Costs > Defining the Resource Pool

Defining the Resource Pool

When you first begin working with Microsoft Project, you will probably define a separate resource pool in each project file. If you have multiple projects that use the same resources, however, you will soon want to define a resource pool that can be shared by all your projects. When you use a shared resource pool, Project can show you the total demands being made on the shared resources from all projects sharing that pool.

→ To learn more about working with resources across multiple overlapping projects, seeSharing Resources Among Projects,” p. 621.



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