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Closing A Project with MS Project

A project, unlike an operation, is a temporary endeavor. Because of this fact, every project will have a beginning and an end. There can be multiple projects launched within a program life cycle or a ...

How to Create and Customize Filters

In MS Project, filtering is a way to see or highlight only the task or resource information that meets the criteria you choose. Filtering does not change any underlying data but changes what data is d...

Timesavers 2.0

My first article on the topic of “Timesavers” was published about two months ago. I covered many of Project’s data manipulation tools and best practices for setting up easy access to different command...

Integrating Project and Outlook

Integrating Microsoft Project with Microsoft Outlook in 2023 Microsoft Outlook remains the email workhorse, but email is only one of the ways that Outlook and the latest version of Microsoft Project w...

6 Tips on Microsoft Project Templates

Microsoft Project 2013 has two types of templates: The global template and the project template. Here’s a rundown: 1. The global template acts as a storage facility for built-in and customized P...

3 Project 2013 Tips

1. Best Practice: If Microsoft Project offers to upgrade your Global.mpt file, I recommend you cancel the upgrade. Variations between old and new versions of Microsoft Project can have unexpected resu...

Microsoft Project 2010 Feature Rally: Reporting

Microsoft Project is becoming easier to use and easier to develop very sophisticated reports at both the desktop and enterprise levels. Both Microsoft Project Professional and Project Server 2010 now ...