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Associate Project Manager GCI Industrial Telecom Alaska Kyle Kankanton

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Hello,

I want to know how to import an estimate from excel into MS Project.  It seems easy enough but I can't seem to locate the button or the pathway to execute an import from any software.  It would seem this is possible because both softwares are from Microsoft.  MS Project practically acts like excel.  I look forward to responses to my question.  Thanks for your time.

Kyle Kankanton
Associate Project Manager
907-868-0657
kkankanton@gci.com
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