Home Forums Discussion How to add and remove a subproject into a master project in MS Project 2007 to show on Project Server reports

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    1.       Open up the intended master project plan in Project Professional 2007.

    2.       To add a project select insert> project (and then locate the file). Afterwards save and publish the master project onto Project Server. This will make the subproject a subproject on the server. (Please be aware that you are currently unable to run highlight reports on subprojects).

    3.       To remove a project plan (and thereby make it a normal project), select the project task from within the master project plan, view task information and then on the advanced tab de-select the check box to “Link to project”.  Save and Publish the master project to make the update to project server.

    4.       Doing this should reinstate your subproject as a normal project – and allow you to run reports on it!!

    -Ryan Lynn

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    For 2007 make sure you have SP2 installed and ALL hotfixes as some master project bugs are still being addressed. Patches have to be on server and client.

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