Tabs for Project brings tabbed interface within the Microsoft® Project interface. As in the following screenshot, you can open multiple project files within your Microsoft Project. In fig.1, we have Tabs for Project, Detong and Product Review, and then create two new projects (the default name is Project4 and Project5). With Tabs for Project, you can easily manage to edit within a single window, just like using the tabs in Internet Explorer® 8 and Firefox!
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Fig.1: Using tabs in Microsoft Project 2010.
All-in-one Setting Center
Tabs for Project's Setting Center.
Easily manage Tabs on the Tab bar
Double-clicking a tab will close that tab.Use the drag and drop feature to arrange the tabs on the tab bar. Double-clicking on the blank space of the tab bar area will open a new tabbed window. You can also lock a tabbed document which you do not want to modify. The lock feature will prevent you from modifying the document when there are multiple documents opened on the tab bar.
Useful Right Click Menu
Right-clicking on a tab accesses the Tab context menu, with commonly used Office features already integrated, such as: Save, Save as, Rename, etc.
Easily Save and Close All Projects
Save all Projects, close all Projects, close other Projects, with one click! Have 10 open files in My Projects?, You don't need to save and close them one by one, just click "Save All" from the Right-click menu and all files are saved. Want to close all open files? Simply select "Close All Tabs” and all files will be closed.
Easily Rename Project
If you want to completely change the name of a Project, there is no need to open the "Save As" dialog to rename a file. Just click "Rename…" from the Right-click menu and enter the new file name; the project name will be changed. If you want to save the file into another folder, just access the "Save As" from Right-click Menu.
Plenty of shortcuts
Tabs for Project supports plenty of built in as well as user-defined shortcuts to handle the tabs, Hide or display the Tab bar ( “Win + Q” ), Switch between Tabs (“Ctrl + Tab”), to select specific Tabs （“Alt + N ” ， N represents digital number）.
Easy to use
Create new document by double-clicking the left button on the blank space on the tab bar; Close a tab by double-clicking the left button on it or clicking the middle mouse button once; Tabs can be moved and dragged conveniently and switch their position.
There are various tab styles available; Tab layout, tab fonts and tab color can be customized, and the tab length can be set to automatic, self-adaptive or fixed (the default length is “automatic”). Also the tab bar can be put on the top, bottom, right or left side of the workspace.
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