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View All Predecessors and Successors for a Task

A question in the Project Standard and Professional user forum caught my eye recently. I answered the user’s question in the forum and then decided to blog about it. The user asked how to create a view in which he could select any task and see all of the task’s Predecessors and Successors, along with…

Get a Quick View of a Custom Field Formula

If you’re using Project 2010 or Project 2013, use the following subroutine to display the formula in a custom field: ‘ © Ismet Kocaman ‘ Sub Show_Formula() If Application.CustomFieldGetFormula(ActiveCell.FieldID) <> “” Then MsgBox Title:=”Field: ” & ActiveCell.FieldName, Prompt:= _ Application.CustomFieldGetFormula(ActiveCell.FieldID) Else MsgBox Title:=”Field: ” & ActiveCell.FieldName, Prompt:= _ “No Formula” End If End Sub To…

There’s No Place Like Home: How to Create a Home View Macro

Have you ever opened one or more Microsoft project files and had a blank screen due to a null-filter or a view that was unfamiliar or out of sorts? What happened to your project?! Why are tasks out of order or missing? Do your consolidated schedules have different views as you toggle from one to…

Create a Sequence Analysis View

Microsoft Project MVP Sam Huffman shows you how to create a Sequence Analysis View in Microsoft Project. This split-screen view will help you analyze and troubleshoot quickly. Join MPUG to access full-length, live webinar training sessions and hundreds more on-demand. Take a look at our other Project video tips from Sam. Have a suggestion for…

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