Learn how to import and export project files in Oracle Primavera P6.
- [Instructor] To import a project plan into Primavera P6,…you can do so with three formats.…Primavera P6, Microsoft Project, or Excel.…I'm going to go to File, select Import,…and you can see the options here.…We have Primavera, a spreadsheet, meaning an Excel,…and Microsoft Project.…Select Next.…Now, I'm going to choose to import the entire project,…but you can also choose to import just a resource…or the roles.…
Select Next.…I'm going to find the file by selecting the dropdown…and select the project that I would like to import.…Now, I can import it to a specific EPS,…so I'm going to select Engineering and Construction.…And Finish.…You should now see the new project under the…Engineering and Construction EPS.…If you would like to export your Primavera P6 project plan,…you need to have it open first.…
I'm going to select the project, Open.…And under the file, you're going to select Export.…You do have a few options to select an older version…of Primavera P6, or an Excel sheet or Microsoft Project.…I'm going to go with the Primavera New one for now.…
AuthorSeyi Joël Kuks
- Configuring preferences
- Creating an enterprise project structure (EPS)
- Creating a project with activities
- Maintaining calendars
- Creating a work breakdown structure (WBS)
- Creating and formatting a schedule
- Formatting Gantt charts
- Adding constraints
- Setting a baseline
- Assigning resources
- Handling expenses
- Printing reports
- Importing and exporting projects
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creating a Schedule
2. Formatting the Schedule
3. Progressing the Schedule
Setting the baseline1m 34s
4. Planning with Resources
5. Essential Features
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