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If you are managing projects that uses totally different resource pools you can create multiple resource files, but one project can only refer to one resource file.
 
If you are managing projects that uses totally different resource pools you can create multiple resource files, but one project can only refer to one resource file.
 
You can select the resource file to use when creating a new project.
 
You can select the resource file to use when creating a new project.
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Revision as of 06:21, 10 October 2019

Description

You can create resources for a project using the Resource Editor and Work and Vacation Editor.

However, if you are going to use the same resources in many projects (which is often the case) it is more convenient to maintain resources in a separate file. The best way to do this is to create your resources file first and then set up Plan to always load this file when creating a new project.

If you are managing projects that uses totally different resource pools you can create multiple resource files, but one project can only refer to one resource file. You can select the resource file to use when creating a new project.



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