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Remove Resources from MS Project PLan to load on the Project Web Server

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Hi, I have a MS Project Plan that I want to load on the Project Server. I am having to send it to someone to load it. They are saying that it is giving them errors "level resources" so I highligted the resource column and deleted the names. But he is still getting errors "Resource Name already in Use". I don't see any resources...

How do I remove all the resources to a Project Plan?

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I finally went to Tools \ Assign Resources and saw where the resources were coming from. But I had to go to a Resource View (View \ Resource Usage) to select them all and delete. But it worked. They could be loaded after all resources were deleted. Even though no resource was assigned to a task.
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