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Tips From The Project Pros: Carl Chatfield and Tim Johnson

Being a Microsoft Project experts, share with the MPUG community a favorite tip to using Microsoft Project like a Pro? Carl:  “The best strategy I can recommend is this: know how to get yourself out of a jam. For new users especially, Project can have a steep learning curve. A good learning strategy is to…

Microsoft Project 2013: The Missing Manual

Earned Value Analysis Earned value analysis is like the idea behind that old Smith Barney slogan, “We make money the old fashioned way—we earn it.” Earned value analysis measures progress according to how much of your project’s value (its cost) you’ve earned so far by completing work. Project customers, sponsors, and stakeholders want to know…

Apps for Project 2013 and Project Server 2013

Just a few months ago, Microsoft officially launched Office 2013 and with it Apps for Office.  These Apps represent a very exciting new era for Microsoft and its partners. What is Apps for Office Apps for Office allows you to enhance supported Office 2013 applications by using web technologies like HTML5, XML, CSS3, JavaScript, and…

Using Interactive Filters in the Assign Resources Dialog Box

For Project 2013 and Project 2010 (Screenshots from Project 2013) Assign Resources dialog box enables us to apply custom resource filters to the resource table while working on resource assignments. In this article, we will discuss how to build an interactive filter to apply to a resource list in the Assign Resources dialog box. Consider…

Project Server 2013: Project Sites, Alternate Access Mapping and Themes

This article first came about following an issue spotted by one of our MVP’s, Hans Hoet of Ordina, Belgium.  There are a couple of issues that are worth being aware of relating to the automatic provisioning of project sites when you create a new plan from the Project Center in Project Web App (PWA). The first issue relates to the…

Custom Tables in Microsoft Project 2003, 2007, and 2010

In Microsoft Project, there are hundreds of fields, or columns of data, that you can view and enter information into. To avoid having to scroll through all of these columns to find a specific piece of information, Project organises its fields into tables. A table is a preset collection of related fields that you can…

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Microsoft Project 2010/2007 Reporting Essentials

Certificate Series Directory Microsoft Project 2010/2007 Reporting  Essentials Level 1 – Basic Project reporting (2 hrs) Microsoft Project Reporting using Project Desktop and Office (Using Project desktop, Excel, PowerPoint, etc). Cover built in reports, getting data out of project, formatting reports – understanding what you can get out of the default tool. Selecting, Editing, and…

Microsoft Project Certification

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