Microsoft Office 2010 Engineering
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  • Blog Post: Templates – We’ve got some, Want more?

    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...
  • Blog Post: Early Project 2010 Feedback and Issues – Part 2

    Thanks for all the feedback everyone has sent in so far. Here are some of the tops items we’re seeing. Fixed Issues - Print Preview : The text says “ Print Enter Project ” instead of “ Print Entire Project ”. This issue by far we have heard from the most people and we have fixed in the final version...
  • Blog Post: Project's on Facebook

    Make no mistake about it-project management is rough. Sometimes rough enough to overwhelm the average human, it seems. The Project Management group on Facebook can help! If you don't already have a free Facebook account, you'll need to get one to access this page.
  • Blog Post: Blog Hiatus

    Yes, we are going on blog hiatus for the season. The Spec Writing season, that is. We are hard at work designing the next version of Project Server and writing the detailed specs that are used to develop the software. As this is a very time and attention intensive process, we won't have much time between...
  • Blog Post: Read our content in other languages.

    I've added a link to the new Windows Live Translator service that was rolled out this week. The link is in the News section in the left column. Clicking that link will bring up our site in the Live Translator site. You can then pick which language you would like to see the posts. I can't attest to the...
  • Blog Post: You've Got Questions, We've Got Answers

    We've had a number of good questions come in. I thought it would be helpful to share these and the answers. Enjoy! --Treb Timesheet Question: Which is true? Case 1: Does the assigned timesheet manager approve all tasks in the timesheet (for example, project tasks as well as administrative time tasks...
  • Blog Post: Project Server Live.com Collection

    This Project Server centric Live.com collection is being released as a way to keep you connected with the Project Server community, even if you don't have Outlook 2007 or have any other RSS reader. Since it is web-based, you can access this collection from any web connected device. In addition to...
  • Blog Post: Project Search Page

    Previously, you received an OPML file to help you read all of the great content being created by our community. Probably, soon after, you wished you had a way to search for posts related to a specific topic. Now you can. With the help of our Live.com's search macro functionality, I created the following...
  • Blog Post: Busy, Busy, Busy

    In case you've noticed, which you probably have, posts have been slow as of late. As we wrapped up Office 2007 work back at the end of October, we've been working hard on the Project 14 planning and rolling out a new service internally. So, why does this matter to you? These latest activities all involve...
  • Blog Post: So many blogs, so little time...

    There's so much being published on Project related blogs, its hard to keep up with it all. So, attached is an OPML file which contains the RSS feeds for the a number of Project related blogs. This file can be imported into and read using Outlook 2007 if you follow the instructions here: http://office...
  • Blog Post: Talk Amongst Yourselves

    I've been getting a lot of email lately with some great questions. Rather than attempting to answer individually, I thought it best to give you a forum to ask these questions. So, to facilitate knowledge sharing, please post your questions as a comment to this post. Assuming it is information we can...
  • Blog Post: Please Send Us Error Reports

    Before I came to Microsoft, I always cancelled the "Send error reporting to Microsoft". I didn't know what was being captured or how it was being used. Brief feelings of being spied upon would come over me. So, my choice was always to cancel. Now that I work for Microsoft, I wanted to pass on the two...
  • Blog Post: Submit Feedback Directly to the Project Team

    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...
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