Publishing the Project File to an Exchange Folder

Note You can publish a project file to an Exchange folder if you're using Microsoft Exchange Server and if you have permission to use public folders.

You can send your project file to an Exchange folder, which is most useful for making the project file available to a large number of stakeholders. To send the file to an Exchange folder, do the following:

1 In Microsoft Project, open the project file you want to publish to an Exchange folder.

2 Click File, Send To, Exchange Folder.

The Send To Exchange Folder dialog box appears, displaying the folders available to you (see Figure 18-12).

Figure 18-12. Select the public folder for your project file.

3 Click the folder to which you'd like to send the project file and then click OK. ®

Your project file is copied into the selected folder. J:

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