Hi there, I just finished a blogpost for JSR. Because it’s in Dutch I translated it and made it available for my international readers. Please enjoy!
I would just like to share a quick post with you that is closely related to Flaw 1 in my series on incorrect use of Microsoft Project stand alone version. What I want to do here is a quick win post: One that you can read in 5 minutes, but makes your live a lot easier afterwards.
As a consultant I travel between lots of companies that use Microsoft Project. Most of the time they use the product as a standalone scheduling tool when I first visit them. The common case is that they have taught themselves how to use the product and most of the time things go relatively smoothly.
This is not the case with views. Views in Microsoft Project are almost always created poorly. This post will be about creating views and about maintaining them properly. Continue reading Building a view in Microsoft Project, the correct way
I got a respons on one of my earlier posts.
I have a task with a start date in the past, completion is 0% and the “i” column doesn’t show that calendars.
The “i” column or indicator column doesn’t show the information described in the comment. Here is the complete list of the indicators it does show. Any new indicators you need to build yourself using custom fields and graphical indicators. I’ll build the custom field and indicator using the new MS Project professional 2013 but it will work on just about any other version. Continue reading Building a visual custom field for late progress in MS Project professional
This is a very specific post only useful for the lucky few. Answer the following questions with Yes and this post will be for you:
- Do you have a Project Server 2013 tennent running in your company?
- Do you use a Windows 8.1 tablet or desktop?
- Are you using Internet Explorer 11 (comes with Windows 8.1)? Continue reading Internet Explorer 11, Windows 8.1 and Project Server 2013.