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3 Secret Reasons to Upgrade to Project 2013

1. Baseline Permissions If your using a Project Server 2010 solution and are restricting the ability to ‘Set a Baseline’ to a particular ‘Group’ of people, you may have noticed that Project Mangers that don’t have permissions to ‘Save a Protected Basline’ are able to update attributes found in the ‘Baseline’ table (or they can…

5 Compelling Reasons to Upgrade to Project 2007: Change Highlighting

Change Highlighting isn’t available in previous versions of Microsoft Project. Like my previous topic, Multiple Undo/Redo, Change Highlighting may be all the reason you need to upgrade. If you make many changes to your project plans and struggle with identifying the effects of those changes on your project, this simple but effective feature is for…

5 Compelling Reasons to Upgrade to Project 2007: Multiple Levels of Undo

In my position as a trainer I’m continually asked if there are any specific advantages to purchasing Microsoft Office Project 2007 or upgrading from a previous version. If your organization is looking into this software tool, please read on. This article is for you. Out of the many features that form a compelling argument to…

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