How to Copy Activities in Primavera P6
This article is about how to copy activities in Primavera P6. In this article we are trying to provide you good information about how to copy activities in Primavera P6. We have arranged the information in this post to make you understand it easily. We hope that you can understand it well. Please check the information below.
How to Copy Activities in Primavera P6
You can access cut, copy, paste, and fill down functionality from the Edit menu () on the Activities toolbar. When multiple projects are open on the Activities page, you can cut, copy, and paste activities between projects just as you would within a single project.
To copy an activity, select it. From the toolbar Edit menu, chooseCopy (Ctrl+C).
To cut an activity, select it. In the toolbar, click (Ctrl+X).
To paste an activity, select the row above the position where you want to insert a copied or cut activity. From the toolbar Edit menu, choose Paste (Ctrl+V.) You can paste a cut or copied activity multiple times until you Save your data, perform another cut or copy, or leave the Activities page.
Use Fill Down to copy column data to non-adjacent rows
- Click in the column cell you want to copy, then Ctrl+click to select the rows you want to copy to.
You can also use Shift+click to select adjacent rows.
- From the toolbar Edit menu, choose Fill Down (Shift+l) .
Use Fill Down to copy column data to adjacent rows
- Click in the column cell you want to copy.
- Position your cursor on the selection handle that appears in the bottom right corner of the cell. The cursor changes to a crosshair symbol.
- Click and drag up or down to select the rows you want to copy to, then release the mouse.
Additional tips about copy, cut, and paste
To copy, cut, and paste data from one cell to another, you can also select data in a cell and use Ctrl+C (Copy), Ctrl+X (Cut), and Ctrl+V (Paste).
When you cut an activity, all attributes are cut along with it.
When you copy an activity, all attributes except Activity ID are copied because each activity’s ID must be unique. After you save your changes, an Activity ID is automatically assigned to the copied activity, using the default ID option specified in preferences.
When you paste an activity to a different project, the following items are not included when you paste the activity: project-level activity codes, EPS-level activity codes (if the projects belong to different EPS nodes), work products and documents, and issues.
If you are working in a grouped Activity View, when you cut or copy, then paste an activity, it inherits the value of the group you paste it to, with some exceptions. For example, if your view is grouped by activity type, if you cut a Task Dependent activity and paste it to the Resource Dependent grouping, the activity type changes to Resource Dependent. An exception to this occurs in cases where the application business logic would be invalidated by applying the attribute of the new group. For example, if you copy a Start Milestone that has a constraint to a Finish Milestone group, the activity changes to a Finish Milestone, but the Start constraint is removed because a Finish Milestone can not have a Start constraint.
Each activity that is changed because of a copy, cut, or paste action displays an icon () in the first column. For example, if you copy an activity that has relationships, the copied activity, as well as it predecessor and successor activities display to indicate that they have changed.
So that is all about how to copy activities in Primavera P6. We think that it is good information about how to copy activities in Primavera P6. We hope that this information is useful for you. Please share if you think that this information can be useful for others. If you need more articles related to how to copy activities in Primavera P6 you can simply subscribe this blog. Thanks for visiting and have a nice browsing. source: ORACLE