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    Dear loungers,

    does anyone know a workaround for this now that it is no longer offered as a facility? (Really MS are hopeless!!!)


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    Assuming you are working with Project 2010, a crude method that MIGHT work, would be to use "save as" to save your project in Project 2000-2003 format and then follow the process HERE but I suppose it depends whether or not you would lose any functionality when "saving as".....

    EDIT: Alternatively, whilst I have not explored this in any detail, the following link may prove of value: HERE. To quote from this link " is an online service developed only for the purpose of uploading and sharing Microsoft Project(.mpp) files. There is also an option to embed the project on any blog or website, a great way to share the ideas with the community." (The program is apparently free: To quote further: "It originally has paid plans but you can create a free action that allows you to upload, view, share , and embed public MS Project plans and templates only"). On quick examination, it does seem, however that this viewer only provides a basic Gantt Chart view of the project.
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