Copying a Project Status Report

Discussion created by John_George Employee on Jun 18, 2014

Did you know that you can use the content of an existing project status report as the basis for a new status report? For example, last month you prepared a status report that provided a snapshot of your current project’s progress. Your manager has asked for an updated report. Because so much information is still the same (the descriptions for the Upcoming Activities and Cost and Effort Explanation, for example), you want to copy the previous report to use as the starting point for the current report. Then you can modify the report to reflect the current data.


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