Save options

Depending on what you're trying to do, there are different ways to save your project file:

Save. When you click File, Save, Microsoft Project displays the Save As dialog box, in which you name the file and select the location where it is to be saved. For projects that are already saved, the Save command simply saves your changes to the existing file.

Save As. When you click File, Save As, the Save As dialog box appears, in which you name the file and select the location where it is to be saved. Use this dialog box to save new project files as well as create an alternate or backup copy of your project or save it as a different file type.

Save As Web Page. When you click File, Save As Web Page, the Save As dialog box appears with Web Page (*.html; *.htm) selected as the file type. Saving the current view as a Web page enables you to post to your project's Web site on the Internet or your intranet. Select the location of the Web page to be saved, enter the name, and click Save.

Save Workspace. When you open all the projects that you want to save and open together, and then click File, Save Workspace, you can combine individual projects into a group that's always opened together. The Save Workspace As dialog box appears with Workspace (*.mpw) selected as the file type. Select the location of the workspace to be saved, enter the name, and click Save. Now whenever you open a workspace file, all the projects saved in this workspace are opened at the same time.

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