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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Project Conference 2012 Session Recordings Are Live!

    Today we're excited to share all session recordings from Project Conference 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona with the greater Project community. Over 1250 people from 44 countries made the trip--75% for the very first time. The week featured 94 handpicked sessions with 20 delivered by customers eager to share...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Project 2010 Resources and Content – April 2010

    The virtual launch of Project 2010, Project Server 2010,  Office 2010, and SharePoint 2010 is right around the corner on May 12th (wohoo!!!!). In preparation for the launch, we’ve released tons of content to the web for all audiences. To find out about all the information available, check out Christophe...
  • Blog Post: New Help Content - October/November

    Check out the new help content that has been added over the past few months. MSDN The Project 2007 Resource Center includes descriptions and links to three videos that were posted in October: · Timesheet Customizations for Project Server 2007 · Working with the Project Server 2007 Reporting Database...
  • Blog Post: PM Boot Camp: Up to speed with Project 2007

    If you're new to Project 2007, or even new to project management in general, the Up to speed with Project 2007 video series might be the basic training you're looking for. This six-part series covers the basic elements of project management and the Project 2007 interface, as well as how to start a new...
  • Blog Post: Back to Basics: Connecting to Project Server (video)

    If you are a project manager who wants to create a project using Project Server 2007, you have two ways of connecting to it. You can connect directly using a Web browser and a URL given to you by an administrator, or you can connect through Project Professional 2007 on your desktop, which is explained...
  • Blog Post: VIDEO: Review of Project 2007 Task Settings and Display Administrative Options

    This is the beginning of a video series targeted to Project Server Administrators. These are being done by the Program Managers who own the features and are designed to give you some insight into the what and why of the administrative options. Consequently, these are NOT professionally produced. Note...
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