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Removing mis-spelt "Resource Names" in Microsoft Project

Posted on 2007-11-16
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I had added a couple of unwanted "resource names" in my MS-Project project.
Any ideas how I remove them? They are unused.

Many thanks,

Ed Hasted
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To remove the names and any assignments that they might have, switch to the "Resource" view. Right click on the right hand margin next to the row you wish to delete. Choose "Delete Resource"

If the resource had assignments and you wanted to change the name, you could do that in this interface as well, by clicking in the name cell and editting the name to correct it.
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That works - many thanks.

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