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July, 2006

  • Microsoft Project 2010

    Submit Feedback Directly to the Project Team

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    In an effort to enable more direct communication with our users, we have setup a Microsoft Connect site for Project.  You can now submit bugs that you have found in Project 2007 and suggestions for features you would like to see in future releases of Project directly to the Project team.  While we may not be able to directly respond to every submission, we do promise to read and consider every bug and feature suggestion we receive.

     

    Follow these steps to submit feedback -

    1. Go to http://connect.microsoft.com
    2. Click on “Available Connections”
    3. Select “Microsoft Office Project 2007”
    4. Click the Feedback link on the left.

     

    On the feedback page you can submit bugs and feature suggestions by clicking on the “Submit Feedback” link.  You can also search feedback submitted by other users and add comments, votes, and validations.  Vote on whether you agree with the bug/feature suggestion and use validations to indicate if you have experienced the same problem.

     

    Note, you don’t have to sign in to search existing feedback, but you must sign in with a Windows Live ID or Microsoft Passport account to submit new feedback or comments on existing feedback.  To log in, click the sign in button in the top right-hand corner of the page.

     

    If you are a part of the Office 2007 Technical Beta, you should continue to use the same bug submission tools you have been using.

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