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Other than saving the file as a xml file in project and then importing the schedule into RiskyProject, is there any other format I can use. The xml creates extremely large files that are quite slow.
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With the RiskyProject Addin, you can quickly transfer your project file to RiskyProject automatically. To do this click on anyone of the View buttons (Project Results or Risks) in the Addin. The latest versions of RiskyProject use a new process to directly extract data from the Microsoft Project data model. When you click one of these views, this starts the export process and automatically launches RiskyProject with the schedule loaded. This process is much quicker and greatly improves the time and computer resources required to load the schedule and run a simulation.
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