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Reporting on Your Project Plan Using the Microsoft Project and SharePoint Sync

At my company, we are advocates of collaborative project management. That is, empowering everyone on your team to lead and contribute to the success of a project. There is no better tool for collaborative project management than Microsoft SharePoint! Managing a project in SharePoint centralizes all project information in one collaborative project site. Combine that…

Tips and Tricks Refresher – We All Can Benefit From These Time Saving Tips

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle. Event Description: Project, probably more than any other tool from Microsoft, is a software product with not only a large set of features (and growing) but also many pleasant surprises for users…

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…

Insert a Manual Page Break

One of the questions that comes up occasionally in the Microsoft Answers user forum for Microsoft Project is, “How can I insert a manual page break for printing in a Microsoft Project file?” In the 2007 version and earlier, users could click the Insert menu and then select the Page Break item. With the release…

Create Beautiful Reports on Project Desktop with Tools Other Than Just Project!

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle. Event Description: Even though Project Pro for Office 365 is available through a monthly subscription, there are many companies and individuals who still use old versions of MS Project (Project 2010, Project…

Integrating Project and Outlook

Outlook is Microsoft’s email workhorse, but email is only one of the ways that Outlook and Project 2013 work as a team. When you’re in Project, you can email Project files without jumping over to Outlook to do so. But because both programs can store lists of tasks and names, you can also export Project…

Forecast Scheduling with Project 2013

Certificate Series Directory Forecast Scheduling with Project 2013 Event Description:  Renowned speaker and master scheduler, Eric Uyttewaal, will present three 1.5-hour webinars on his latest book ‘Forecast Scheduling with Microsoft Project 2013’. He will show you how to forecast your project with just the schedule by itself and minimize the effort doing this. Eric will…

Project Online & Project Server 2013 Workflows

Certificate Series Directory Project Online & Project Server 2013 Workflows Format: The course comprised of 2 webinar sessions of 90 minutes each. MPUG Certificate upon completion of series and opportunity for 3 Project Management Institute (PMI)® PDUs total. Description Learn how to meet your organizations need for automation of business process and enforcement of Project…

5 Reasons to Love Project 2013

Microsoft’s recent Project Conference unveiled details about enhancements to the world’s most popular project management platform, which is currently in use by an estimated 20 million people in 10,000 organizations. Here I share five reasons to add Project 2013 to your toolbox for delivering projects in your company. Performance for Project 2013 is Much Improved Project 2013…

PMP®s Take Over the Big Easy

Another successful The Project Management Institute (PMI)® Global Congress has hit the books – but this year it was a little more “jazzed up” than usual. The 2013 PMI® Global Congress drew in thousands to the Ernst N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, beginning on October 27th. When attendees were not exploring the French…

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