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Travel Companion Wanted: Must Do Microsoft Project

As a busy international project planner, if I were to write an advert on Lonely Planet or Craigslist today for a traveling companion, it might read something like this: “Looking to travel the world with a companion: must like living on the cheap, traveling light, and not be fearful of dangerous places. In addition, must…

Microsoft® Project Virtual Conference 2016 – Event Registration

  Conference Home | Register |  On-Demand  | Sponsors | PMI® PDUs | Contact  *Please note: You must be logged in to sign up for the conference sessions. All sessions are available to MPUG members on-demand.    Thursday, February 25, 2016   Microsoft® Project + SharePoint = PM Maturity View Recording Here Many organizations already own Microsoft® Project and SharePoint – but few take…

Microsoft Project 2013 Plain & Simple: Displaying Task Paths

Trying to unravel the complexity of a large project plan can be quite difficult, especially with multiple links between tasks and links that might even disappear from the screen. Microsoft has created a new feature called the Task Path that highlights the successors and predecessors in the schedule. The highlighting is displayed in the Gantt…

Slick Trick: A Spin on Sync’ing with SharePoint

Situation Microsoft Project 2010 now has the capability to sync a project plan with a SharePoint task list.  Therefore, project team members do not need to have a desktop version of Microsoft Project in order to view project tasks.  This is great functionality – except in one area.  If the project you are sync’ing with…

Microsoft Project 2013 Essentials and Project Online

Certificate Series Directory Microsoft Project 2013 Essentials and Project Online Session 1: Getting Started with Project Management and the Microsoft Toolset What Is a Project? What Is Project Management? Who are Project Managers Key Goals & Challenges Facing Projects Tools, tools and more tools Session 2: Use Project Like a Pro 10 steps to mastering Microsoft Project…

Tips and Tricks for Microsoft Project 2007: Creating Useful Custom Views

With the exception of Combination Views that consist of two Views in a split-screen arrangement, remember that Microsoft Office Project 2007 defines a View as: View = Table + Filter + Group + Screen In order to extract meaningful information from your projects, you may need to create your own custom View so that you…

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