We’ll be making a trip to Dallas this year and spending some time with the PMI community. Let us know if you’ll be there! @MSFTProject
Booth #301 will feature 8 kiosks and a theater filled with product demos and the experts from our amazing Partner Network. Booth #700 will offer hands-on labs continuing our success from PMI GC 2010, so be sure to sign up when you arrive to guarantee your spot. Microsoft is also giving out USB keys to all of our visitors and special prizes including the chance to win a free pass to Project Conference 2012 in Phoenix, AZ! Finally, please join us for three presentations at the product theater:
PMI® Global Congress 2011—North AmericaOctober 22–25 2011Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention CenterDallas/Fort Worth, Texas, USA
Hope to see you there!
Get a head start and a chance to win some great prizes (more info to come) by registering for Project Conference 2012 now!
I get questions on templates fairly often so I wanted to do a quick post pointing to a previous post we did on this topic.
Essentially, if you are new to Project or starting a project and want to see a generic plan for how others broke down the work, check out a Project template.
To access templates in Project 2010, go to File – New – Office.com Templates section. In Project 2007, go to File – New and in the New Project pane either select On Computer or Templates on Office Online.
We are always looking to add more templates and wanted to get feedback from you. What templates should we add?
You can either post comments directly to this blog (note they won’t show up right away) or you can send me your thoughts by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
And here’s some template trivia for you: