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ProjectGuideUseDefaultContent Property Example for Microsoft Project 2002

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Randall Isenhour
Microsoft Corporation

August 2002

Contents

Overview
Requirements
Running the code example
Use a macro to indicate custom Project Guide content for your project
ProjectGuideUseDefaultContent property sample code

Overview

The following code sample changes the default content for the Project Guide to the XML file specified by the user. An input box prompts the user for the path and file name for custom Project Guide content, and Microsoft® Project sets the appropriate options in the Interface tab of the Options dialog box. (3 pages)

Note   If the user enters an invalid path or file name for the custom Project Guide content, Microsoft Project displays the following message: "Microsoft Project cannot use the XML file path\filename.xml to display the Project Guide content for this project. You can either open this project using the default Project Guide content, or you can retry opening the XML file."

Requirements

  • Microsoft Project Professional 2002 or Microsoft Project Standard 2002

Running the code example

This code example assumes that you are familiar with Microsoft Project and Microsoft Visual Basic® for Applications (VBA), and that you can write or reuse supplementary code as necessary.

To run this code example, you must have Microsoft Project 2002 (either Standard or Professional edition) installed on your computer. You can either paste the code into the Microsoft Visual Basic Editor (VBE) in Microsoft Project or into your VBA project.

Use a macro to indicate custom Project Guide content for your project

You can cut and paste the Microsoft VBA code below.

To create a new macro

  1. On the Tools menu, point to Macro and click Macros.
  2. Type a name for your new macro in the Macro name box.
  3. Select the project where you wish to create the macro in the Macros in box.
  4. Click Create.

ProjectGuideUseDefaultContent property sample code

Sub UseCustomProjectGuide()
   If Projects.Count = 0 Then
      MsgBox "You must have at least one active project open."
      Exit Sub
   End If

   Dim ProjectGuideURL As String
   ProjectGuideURL = InputBox$(Prompt:="Enter the path and " _
      & "file name of the XML file for custom Project " _
      & "Guide content." & Chr(13) _
      & "For example, c:\custom.xml")
   If ProjectGuideURL = Empty Then
      Exit Sub
   Else
      ActiveProject.ProjectGuideUseDefaultContent = False
      ActiveProject.ProjectGuideContent = ProjectGuideURL
      MsgBox Prompt:="The custom Project Guide content " _
         & "defined in " & ProjectGuideURL & " is " _
         & "now in use for the current project."
   End If
End Sub
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