Saving Your New Project

Whether you are creating a new project from scratch, from a template, or from an existing project file, your next step is to save your new project. To do this:

1 Click File, Save As.

Tip Saving a new project

If you're creating a new project from scratch or from a template, you can simply click the Save button on the Standard toolbar to open the Save As dialog box.

2 In the Save As dialog box, choose the drive and folder in which you want to save the new project.

If you're set up for enterprise project management using Project Professional 2003 and Project Server 2003, you'll see the Save To Project Server dialog box instead.

3 In the File Name box, enter a descriptive name for your project and then click the Save button.

If you're working with Project Server, and you want to save the project to the server, click the Save button. Depending on how your organization has set up enterprise project management standards, you might need to add information in custom enterprise fields.

If you want to save the project locally on your own computer instead, click the Save As File button.

For more information about working with enterprise projects, see "Creating a New Enterprise Project" on page 645.

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