Christopher Vega

4 months 1 week ago

Categories: Trivia Question

So, we asked the trivial question:

 

How many versions of Microsoft Project were developed and released for MS DOS?

 

The answer is FOUR.

 

Microsoft released Project V1 in 1984, V2 in 1985, V3 and V4 in 1986.

 

Christopher Vega

4 months 1 week ago

Categories: Trivia Question

OK... Time for another EPMA Trivia Question.

 

How many versions of Microsoft Project were developed and released for MS DOS?

 

Leave your answers in the comments below.

Christopher Vega

4 months 2 weeks ago

Categories: PMO

We are now coming close to the end of the process of establishing a PMO within a company. The first five stages of this process in this series, I discussed the following:

  1. Planning the Transition

  2. Creating a PMO Governance

Dale Howard
Dale Howard

4 months 2 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Assign Resources dialog, Quick Access Toolbar

Most people know one method to display the Assign Resources dialog: click the Assign Resources button in the Assignments section of the Resource ribbon.

Chris Tucker
Chris Tucker

4 months 3 weeks ago

Categories: Project Server 2013, Project Pro 2013, Force Check-In, Checked Out By, Checked Out?

I recently received a request to allow a user to 'Read" projects that are checked out in the Force Check-in Enterprise Objects in Project Web Access (PWA). This user did not below to a group with 'Manage Check-Ins' set to 'Allow'.  None of the permissions change options were economical for 1 user

Dale Howard
Dale Howard

5 months 2 days ago

Categories: Status Date gridline, Microsoft Project

By default, Microsoft Project displays a Current date gridline in the Gantt Chart view. You can see a green Current date gridline displayed on 02-18-15 in the Gantt Chart view shown in Microsoft Project 2013 in the following figure.

Dale Howard
Dale Howard

5 months 1 week ago

Categories: Project Options dialog, date formatting

Many years ago, I was challenged in class one day by a student who claimed that it is only possible to specify one date format in Microsoft Project, which is then applied to every project you open.

Charles Edward
Charles Edward

5 months 2 weeks ago

Categories: Microsoft Project, Ghost Columns, Videos

In this video you will learn how to remove ghost columns in Microsoft Project.

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