I have Microsoft project 2010, I save the file like MS project 2000-2003, and after in xml format. But when I try to import it to Web2project it says that:To import an MS-Project-file you must save the Project in MS-Project 2000-2003 in XML. Then you can import it into web2project ! I think that Web2project don't recognizes the xml from MS 2000-2003, What can I do?

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Does the import fail? I've used Keiths version without issues including with some quite large imports but not with latest w2p version. Have you tried the Exporters module then import the xml file. Cheers, Sasquatch
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answered 06 Sep '16, 00:57

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I think Keith told tat export and reimport don't work. Please let me kow your results. That would be a good workaround to make projects portable (work on notebook, then reimport to mainw2p). Klaus
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answered 08 Sep '16, 03:19

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answered 08 Sep '16, 03:19

Not, Doesn`t work, I exported the file at 2000-2003 version and after I exported at xml format, but is how the new version of w2p can`t to recognize it.
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answered 10 Sep '16, 14:28

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I think that I found the problem, export or save as.. the file don`t is useful, because if you have MS Project 2010 the software always save the file xlm like version 14 (office 2010) so I think that I must to install ms project 2003 for use the module again. **14** DSC220 Cronograma 2016 007.xml
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