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The Project Admin Blog
Jan Kalis & Project Partners
Jack Dahlgren MVP
MS Project Experts
Microsoft EPM Solution, PJ
Here’s the problem. You’ve created a project schedule, and now you want to send
it to a team mate for review. Your team mate is having trouble opening and
viewing the project because she has a version on Project earlier than yours. At
this point, you have a few options, depending on who has which version of what:
No converter is available. If you received a Project 2010 file that you want to
open using Project 2007, ask the person who sent the file to first save it to
the Project 2007 file format.
Alternately, you can install the trial version of Project 2010and then view the file, or
save it to the Project 2007 file format.
Project 2007 or Project 2010
There are two possibilities here.
Project 2000 or Project 2002
No converter is available. Ask the person who sent the Project 2007 or later
file to save the file first in the Project 2000-2003 file format.
Project 2000 and later versions
No converter is available. Consider upgrading to the latest version of Project,
or install the trial version of Project 2010to try out Project’s
Alternately, ask the person who sent the Project 2000-2003 file to save the file
first in the Project 98 file format.
Note Project 2007 and later
versions of Project do not have the ability to save to the Project 98 file
Will I lose my data?
In nearly all cases, no. There can be a few exceptions, however. if you open a
Project file created from a later version and save it the file to your current
version, you can lose data or formatting in areas where the later versions
contains enhanced functionality.
For example, new fields and custom fields Information within new fields from
later versions of Project, or any formulas relying on new fields, will be lost.
New options that are set on custom fields created in the later version of
Project will be lost.
Another example. New calendar exceptions that were added to project and resource
calendar functionality (such as monthly exceptions, yearly exceptions, and those
with arbitrary dates) will be lost.