Microsoft Office Project is project management and collaboration software that project managers can use to develop plans, assign resources and track progress of projects. Autorecover can help you save your work in Project in case of a power outage, computer issue or if you accidentally close your file without saving it. Autorecover is turned on from within Microsoft Project and you can specify how often you want the file to be saved.
Things You'll Need
- Microsoft Project 2007 or 2010
Click the "File" tab.
Click "Options" under Help.
Click the "Save Autorecover information every x minutes" check box.
Type a number into the "minutes" field indicating how often you want to autosave the file.
Tips & Warnings
- Autorecover isn't a substitute for regularly saving your work; press "Ctrl" and "S" regularly to make sure you always have the most current version of your work saved.
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