How to Insert a Microsoft Project File Into a Word File

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When you are using the Microsoft Office Project program to create tables and diagrams, you can insert the data into the Microsoft Word program, which is another Office application, by using the copy method. You can copy and paste a project table into an open Word file, for example. You can use the Table feature to format the columns to a correct width, if the table is distorted after inserting it into Word.

  • Open and run the Microsoft Project file that contains the table or data that you plan to copy to a Word file.

  • Highlight the data that you plan to copy to Microsoft word, using your mouse. Right-click the highlighted data and click "Copy" in the context menu.

  • Close the Microsoft Project program. Open and run the Microsoft Word file in which you want the specific data to appear.

  • Right-click the area in the Word file document where you want to insert the copied Project data and choose the "Paste" option in the context menu.

  • Click the Table menu and click the "Convert" option. Click the "Text to Table" option and click "Tabs." Click "OK" to save recent changes.

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