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Protecting Your Schedule Data

How do you prevent losing data in P3? by p3scheduler
Posted: 15 Oct 03

Since P3 does not have an UNDO button.....argggg....

Method #1:the best method to prevent losing your data is to make a duplicate copy of your schedule and save it to your hard drive or network files.  That way if the inevitable happens and you make a goof up in P3 you can always just open up your duplicate project and access any lost data there.
Method #2:  Export your project data into an excel file for safe keeping. If a bad thing happens and you need to view a previous copy of your schedule just import that saved data back into a new schedule.

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