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Recently got this question on the Project Server 2010 Forums: How can I edit Project custom fields (CF) in Project Web Access?
Before I give you the answer let me remind everyone that you can do so using Project Professional 2010.
So let’s assume I have created three Project CF, we will leverage the new Project Detail Pages (PDP) capability to create a custom page and will add a web part that will enable editing these fields:
This procedure also demonstrates the power and flexibility of the new Project Detailed Page infrastructure combined with Enterprise Project Type!
18 months ago I wrote this post: Microsoft Project Server 2007 Books, please find an official TechNet site with the latest inventory of Project Server 2007 books as well as books of other Office products: Office IT Pro Bookstore
Timely subject with the following resources recently released on the topic; check out the following to learn more about it:
Quick reminder that the following Project 2010 webcasts will be delivered by Project MVPs this month, starting tomorrow (audiences are end user, IT Professionals and Developers). To view all EPM recorded webcasts/podcasts go to the following: http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/epm.aspx
Since it’s that time of the year, I received this great email from a Brazilian partner: Prosperi using Microsoft Project Professional 2010 due out soon! Original use of the new timeline capability of the product.