Monthly Archives: April 2009

Configuring MS Project to Connect to Project Server

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007 (MS Project) provides the capability to publish the project schedule to the Project Server for access by other members of the team and centralized tracking of the status, issues, documents, etc. MS … Continue reading

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Setting the Duration Field to Hours

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] By default, Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007 has days as the unit for the Duration of a task. To change this to hours, click on Tools | Options to launch the Options dialog box. Under the Schedule … Continue reading

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Tracking Methods in Project Server 2007

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] Here is a comparison of the three tracking methods available in Project Server 2007 and I’m quoting this from the book Microsoft® Office Project Server 2007: The Complete Reference by Dave Gochberg and Rob Stewart. Percent of … Continue reading

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