Tony Zink

In Microsoft Project Server, we have had the ability to link project-related artifacts such as documents, issues, and risks to project tasks and to one another for quite some time.

Tony Zink

If you use Microsoft Project Server, Project Online, or SharePoint for managing projects and you have privileges to customize a Project Site, then you can supplement any built-in list or library repositories (such as risks and issues) with your own custom repositories, such as project team contac

Tony Zink
Tony Zink

6 months 2 days ago

Categories: Uncategorized

You may have heard the rumors, but Microsoft officially announced today on the Office Blogs that their previously-named Office Web Apps -- an online version of the popular Microsoft Office programs -- have been renamed as Office Online.

Tony Zink
Tony Zink

6 months 4 days ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project 2013, Scheduling

Sometimes it can be difficult to visually align task rows in Microsoft Project with their corresponding shapes in the Gantt Chart:

Tony Zink

Although most of the functionality is similar to older versions, Microsoft Project 2013 has a cleaner, updated look... but you may find that progress bars in a Gantt Chart are a bit more difficult to see because of the lighter colors used:

Tony Zink

If you are responsible for configuring the security model for your Project Server or Project Online implementation, following are some recommended naming and description conventions for security Groups and Categories.

Tony Zink

If you build custom PWA views and have the need to hide certain unnecessary fields, but cannot because they are intrinsic to the view (such as a 'Start' or 'Finish' field in a Project Task view)... push it!

Tony Zink

If you regularly show 'Actual Start' and 'Actual Finish' dates alongside 'Start' and 'Finish' dates in order to show what has actually happened, here is a display technique that can save you so

Tom Henry
Tom Henry

6 months 3 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Microsoft Project 2013, Project Management, Scheduling

EPMA trains hundreds of Microsoft Project users each year.  In my experience, one of the more complex and multifaceted subjects in Microsoft Project is assigning resources to tasks.

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