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Is there a way to create multiple tasks with the same subtasks without copy and paste?

Let's say you had tasks for hardware to be installed in all 50 states.
For each state, you have five sub-tasks.
Alabama
  Order hardware for state
  Arrange for receipt and installation of hardware
  Install hardware
  Test hardware
  Implement use of hardware
Alaska
  same steps
Arizona
  same steps
Is there a way to create multiple tasks with the same subtasks without copy and paste?
I am thinking there is some way to export to Excel, add the subtasks and then import back in.

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Alex Campbell
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Richard DanekeTrainerCommented:
Macros can be setup in project to do this.
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Alex CampbellAuthor Commented:
I'm not proficient in VB macros so I am looking for some way to export to Excel and then import back into Project.
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gowflowCommented:
haven't used project but you can sure;y export as excel and from there I can create a module for you and then you should see if you can import from excel to project I guess if u can export then you can import it should be same format.
gowflow
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Alex CampbellAuthor Commented:
Tried solution and it worked.  Thanks!
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