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PWA now stands for Project Web App

PWA now stands for Project Web App

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For the Project 2010 release, we have changed the feature formerly known as “Project Web Access” to “Project Web App”. We have made this change to maintain consistency with other Office 2010 Web Apps and to reflect the increasingly rich feature set included with PWA beyond simply accessing data.

Luckily for everyone, you can continue to just say PWA.

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  • i like using ms project for my project

  • The first thing i thought about is:

    Thank God App starts with A :)

  • We were very happy by that too. :-)

  • I'm having trouble locating the PWA on the Project Server. Can anyone help ?

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