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Two Great Ways to Publish your Plan to the Web—without SharePoint!

Users of Project Online (or SharePoint w/ Project Server) are long accustomed to publishing their plan on the web for others to view, change, or otherwise manipulate project plan data. This convenience is beneficial for plan authors, team members, and stakeholders alike, for the obvious reason of having the plan online for all to view…

Loyal Member Renewal Package 2019 Preview

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Premium Membership Starter Package 2019 Preview

Join MPUG to get access to all of the following resources we’ve put together just for you! <<<START TODAY>>> You will receive a link to your Premium Member Starter Package in the confirmation email after you join.   Hundreds of On-Demand Training Webinars Our on-demand training webinars cover all versions and topics of Microsoft Project. In…

The Secret Life of Calendars in Microsoft Project

In September, I celebrate my 20th anniversary of using Microsoft Project for the first time, beginning with version 4.0 for Windows 95. Twenty years later, I’m still amazed at how well the software does what it was designed to do: calculate the project schedule. First and foremost, Project is a scheduling tool. How does Project…

5 Things to Know about Microsoft Project Baselines

The baseline — whether it be about the schedule, the budget or the scope — is essential in projects. Without it you have no way to measure the performance of your work. But there may be a few things you don’t know about baselines in Microsoft Project. In this article I share five facets of…

Microsoft® Excel Keyboard Shortcuts

MPUG has done the work for you! We spent some time compiling some of the most useful Microsoft® Excel keyboard shortcuts. Keeping this page bookmarked for reference will help make your life a little bit easier. Be sure to also check out our Microsoft® Project Keyboard Shortcuts and Microsoft® SharePoint Keyboard Shortcuts. Print or Download the Microsoft® Excel…

Microsoft® SharePoint Keyboard Shortcuts

MPUG has done the work for you! We spent some time compiling some of the most useful Microsoft® SharePoint keyboard shortcuts. Keeping this page bookmarked for reference will help make your life a little bit easier. Be sure to also check out our Microsoft® Project Keyboard Shortcuts and Microsoft® Excel Keyboard Shortcuts. Print or Download the Microsoft® SharePoint…

How to Decide When to Upgrade Your Microsoft Project Software

I receive a lot of questions from customers asking if they should upgrade to the latest version of Microsoft Project. And why not? As of right now I work with clients who have all of these versions: Microsoft Project 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016 as well as Project Pro for Office 365. Making the…

2 Ways to Manage Resource Availability in Microsoft Project

When starting to plan the development of a new project, one important task for the project manager is to identify the roles and responsibilities required to deliver the project based upon the agreed scope. You also will need to have a clear understanding of the availability of the resources that play roles throughout the project…

A Free Project Pipeline Tracker for Excel

This free Excel Template allows you to track projects and calculate your effectiveness in completing them. I find it applicable for scenarios where all the projects go through the same set of pre-defined stages in sequence. For example, all building projects may have three stages: plan, design and build. Once planning is completed, designing begins;…

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