To copy a calendar (including a customized calendar) from one project to another, or to make it available to all new or existing projects, you can use the Organizer (Organizer: The tabbed dialog box in which you can copy custom views, tables, filters, grouping definitions, calendars, reports, forms, toolbars, maps, field attributes, and VBA modules to other documents and to other users.).
- To copy a calendar from one project to another, open both projects.
Note If you want to copy a calendar to or from the global file (global file: A Project file [Global.mpt] that contains information you can use for different projects. Information in a global file can include views, calendars, forms, reports, tables, filters, toolbars, menu bars, macros, and options settings.), open only the project that you want to copy calendars to or from.
- On the Tools menu, click Organizer, and then click the Calendars tab.
- In the Calendars available in list on the left side of the Organizer, click the project (or global file) from which you want to copy the calendar.
- In the Calendars available in list on the right side of the Organizer, click the project (or global file) into which you want to copy the calendar.
- In the box under the project name of the open project on the left side, select the calendar that you want to copy.
To select multiple calendars, hold down CTRL and click each calendar.
- Click Copy.
Note You cannot use the Copy command to create items in the enterprise global template (enterprise global template: A collection of default settings, such as views, tables, and fields, that are used by all projects across the organization. These settings exist within a special project in Project Server.). For more information about making enterprise-wide changes, contact your server administrator (server administrator: An individual responsible for setting up fields, views, and reports for an organization and setting up and maintaining the server and server software.).