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fragnet and copy

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moutaz aldeib
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Dear Planners,

What is the difference between using fragnet and copy?

Regards,

Moutaz

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Imran Malik
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Well fragnet is available globally to you whenever you need; while copy is simple function for clipboard only
moutaz aldeib
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Thanks Alexander,

It helps me too much, but the results are the same in terms of durations and relationships.

Regards,

Moutaz
Alexandre Faulx-B...
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Moutaz,
fragnet lets you build a larger project from smaller parts; you will 1st create small projects for every work package of the final larger project, then save individually as fragnets; 2nd, you will open a new blank project and import (retrieve) any necessary fragnet
copy a project is used to create a new project from an existing one; you could copy project A to project B and then delete any unnecessary activity, and the result would be close to the use of fragnets
Hope it helps,
Alexandre