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In reality P3 came first and was the forerunner to P4, 5, & 6. P3 had its day and is a very useful tool but the writing is already on the wall......P6 is here to stay & P3 is a dying tool.
P6 is basically a different animal compared to P3 but has some similarities. P6 is more of a database driven tool that is built to be more adaptable to a user's needs. Either of the softwares are perfect (always a work in progress) but each has its advantages.
My advice is to forgo learning P3 and stick with the future of scheduling software (P6). The list of issues associated with transitioning a schedule from P3 to P6 is a long one and you would be better served just to start fresh with P6.
Just my two cents learned from years using these programs.