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    Stergios Kokkoris

    Dear MS Project 2016 users,

    I am thinkint to switch to MS Project 2016 version from 2013 which I currently use.
    Could you please give me a piece of advice about that?
    Thank you in advance.

    best regards

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    Jigs Gaton
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    Stergios, for most users, there is no real difference between using one over the other. But you can install both and run side-by-side to test out your existing projects for problems. The only problems I discovered during my transition was that some add-ins that I used did not work without an upgrade to the add-in. One other area to look into is VBA or macro-heavy projects, which may break… but I did not run into that at all. Best!
    Jigs

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    Stergios Kokkoris

    Thank you Jigs, I appriciate your help.

    kind regards

    Stergios

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