MS Beginners Microsoft Project 2003
This month we’ll begin to have a look at various ways to export data from Project. Why would we want to do that? Well, as Project does not have a built-in viewer (see: http://project.mvps.org/faqs.ht
Last month we added progress data and re-scheduled uncompleted work to re-start from the Status Date, thus seeing one way to use Project to view progress. This month we’ll have a philosophical look
We set the project Start Date as 1 Jan 06 and the Current Date to Monday 9 Jan 06 via Project/Project Information in the Project Information dialog. You will need to reset this date as your compute
If you’ve been following through all my articles, you should now be in a position to launch your project and begin to see work happening. So, this month we’ll make a start at Tracking: or the act of
Last month we had a look at using Views which we customized with our own Filters and Tables. Having created our own view, it can be printed out from File/Print, though I would always recommend going
Last April we had a look at customizing Filters. These produce a powerful way to analyse what’s going on within Project. In March we looked at customizing Tables which also give a powerful way to pr
Last month we had a look at customizing Tables. However, there will come a time when the data being displayed in the table is in too much detail, whether it be for your own use in developing a projec
This month we’ll look into ways of customizing Tables.
Back in October 2003, I introduced the main built-in Views, Tables and Filters. If you want to refresh your memories, click here: Microso
This month we’ll look into other ways of crashing the project and see how levelling can work across multiple projects.