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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: Using Project to Create Meeting Agendas

    *** Update on 4/5 - I attached the project file that I used for this blog post to help you get started on your meeting agenda. It is available at the bottom of this post. If you think about it, meetings are a lot like projects. They’re for a defined amount of time with the goal of getting something...
  • Blog Post: New Help Content - July/August

    Check out the new help content that has come out over the past month. Watch this: Use lag and lead time This demo shows how to use lag and lead time to create gaps and overlaps between tasks in a project. Watch this: Show the critical path This demo shows you several ways to display a project's critical...
  • Blog Post: Office Online Gadgets

    Just when you thought Windows Live couldn't get any livelier, Microsoft now offers a Web gadget for Project and Office content. Web Gadgets for Office Online are miniature programs that can be placed on a customer's home page allowing instant access to Project content and other Office Online services...
  • Blog Post: New Deployment templates are posted

    If you want to install Office 2007, Office SharePoint Server 2007, or Office Project Server 2007, we have deployment templates to assist: Microsoft Office 2007 deployment (clean installation or upgrade from Office 2003) Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 deployment Microsoft Office Project Server...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Reporting Services Report Pack for Project Server 2007

    This post contains a zip file attachment which is the SQL Server Reporting Services(SSRS) 2005 report pack for Project Server 2007. This attachment contains 9 items total: One overview document describing the setup for each report as well as any new custom fields/lookup tables that are required...
  • Blog Post: New Templates in Project 2007

    There is a vast number projects being managed in the world and many Project Managers may not be aware of how they could use Project to help them manage these projects. Templates are a way to help Project Managers get started with Project. The goal of the templates is to give you an idea of how you may...
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