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You have to use the .mpp, and enter directly into the predecessors field on MS Project 10.
This is what I found for plans within the same directory.
I feel sure that Derek Patey’s solution above would also work.
This Office Doc neglects to mention this, and is therefore wrong. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Create-task-dependencies-links-across-projects-c635f0eb-43e8-4a4c-a27b-0ff1fe516e9d Maybe there is a way to do it like they show, but they have left out a step or two if that’s the case.
To begin with, it’s “View, Window, Arrange All” with both plans open. Then, I don’t know how they expect you to use the Task/Information/Predecessors/ID field to enter this, but there must be a step left out, as what they show does not work.
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