Today, we’re announcing that Microsoft Project 2010 has reached the Technical Preview engineering milestone. The Project team is running a limited, invitation only Technical Preview program. While we’re not sharing Project 2010 details at this point, we did want to give our customers and partners a sneak peek of Project 2010!
What is Project 2010?
Project 2010 builds on the Project 2007 foundation to provide an end-to-end work management platform. The key investment areas are targeted at letting you choose the right tools that can evolve with you:
How can I learn more about Project 2010?
Attend the Project Conference on September 14-17 in Phoenix, AZ! Project Conference 2009 is the biggest public worldwide disclosure event and the best conference to attend to get in-depth, hands-on technical knowledge and training with Project 2010. Learn how the investment in Project 2010 will continue to move your business forward tomorrow and get the most out of your current investment with Project 2007 today.
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When/Where can I download the TP for Project 2010? I testing Office 2010 at this time and need project for my work.
I don't see a response to Matthew McReynolds question so I am asking again - When will the Technical Preview for Project 2010 be available to those already participating in the Office 2010 Technical Preview?
Currently, the Technical Preview program for Project is limited and invitation only. More details will be available during the Project Conference next week.
Is there already a beta version available? Or any point of time, when it will be available?
I have been following this blog now and trying to get as much information I can over the last 2 days.
I was wondering if one would be able to subscribe to the technical review team and become one of the reviewers of this wonderful product?
Still no project what is going on
Can you share details about "Web based Project editing"? How is it supposed to work? Also is there any change to the Macro interface? We are heavy macro users and want to know if our macros will still work in Project 2010.
Hi to Everyone:
As we join a New Decade of Computing I find that most Programs work better when we merge them. This Project will merge Great with Windows Beta 7000.
With hopes the Project will help with the Digital Accounting in front of us in the Music Industry, I invented the Forms for such accounting VIA the Windows Media Program, the enhancment of Muisic Streaming 24 hours in the NET makes this concept perfect for payments. Check Google Groups for FORMS FOR INTERNET ACCOUNTING , with hopes that 2010 we can RAVE !!!!!
Dear Project Team,
My experience is that this next edition of Project should be more available, by either a striped down "Basic version" or some other way. I run in to clients who don't have Project and then I am forced to pdf it. Include project into an "Office pac" or as mentioned release a striped down and much less costly version, your volume will more than make up for this.
Marine Project Manager
Fully agree with Maurice.
Have tested other project software, found MS Project (2007)still the best. But high price and complexity of program are issues.
Working on these issues would do Microsoft good, rise sales and prevent pirating.
That's excellent...let me start on 2010 then.