Producing Output Based on Stationery : Working with Projects : Opening Existing Projects
 
Opening Existing Projects
You can open an existing project using one of the following methods:
*Open the project from within the ePublisher Express or ePublisher Designer user interface.
*Open the project from Windows Explorer by double-clicking the project file in the folder where you saved the project.
By default ePublisher saves project files in the following locations:
*ePublisher saves ePublisher Express project files in the My Documents\ePublisher Express Projects\ProjectName folder, where ProjectName is the name of the project. ePublisher Express project files use the .wrp file extension.
*ePublisher saves ePublisher Designer project files in the My Documents\ePublisher Designer Projects\ProjectName folder, where UserName is the name of the user account running ePublisher Express and ProjectName is the name of the project. ePublisher Designer project files use the .wep file extension.
When you open an existing project, ePublisher opens a separate instance of the ePublisher for each project, and each project has its own window. For example, if you have ProjectA open, and then you decide to open a project called ProjectB, ePublisher opens up a new instance of ePublisher for the new project and you have two ePublisher instances with ProjectA and ProjectB open concurrently on your computer.
To open an existing project
1. If you want to open an existing project from within ePublisher Express or ePublisher Designer, complete the following actions:
a. In ePublisher, on the File menu, click Open.
b. Browse to the location of the project file you want to open.
c. Select the project file you want to open, and then click Open.
2. If you want to open an existing project using Windows Explorer, complete the following steps:
a. In Windows Explorer, browse to the location of the ePublisher project file you want to open.
b. Double-click the ePublisher project file.