Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1.5 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.
Best Practices for Using Project Server 2010 – Microsoft Project Server 2010 is a revolutionary software tool. Learn how to get the most out of this exciting release as Dale Howard, Microsoft Project MVP, presents recommended best practices for using Microsoft Project Professional 2010 and Project Web App. The focus on these best practices will be methodologies to better track and manage projects in Project Professional 2010 and to use the features in Project Web App more easily.
This Project Server 2010 session benefits both PMs and Administrators. Dale will cover the following topics:
- Add a PWA Home link to the Quick Launch menu
- Lock the Start and Finish columns on the Tasks page
- Use the Load Summary Resource Assignments option in the Login dialog
- Use the Status Manager field
- Use the Assignment Owner field
- Using the View Availability page in PWA
- Customize the Microsoft Project 2010 user interface with Project Server commands Set up the Tasks page so users can see the WBS
- Rename the Task and Calendar items in a Project Site
- Enable versioning on the Project Documents library
Dale Howard manages educational services for MSProjectExperts. Dale is an enterprise project management trainer/consultant with more than 12 years of training experience, and he holds Certified Technical Trainer (CTT) and Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) certificates. Dale has worked with Microsoft Project since 1997 and volunteers many hours each week answering user questions in the various Project news groups in the Microsoft Communities. Dale received the prestigious Microsoft Project Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in 2004 for his expertise with the software and for his contributions to the user communities.
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