Category Archive: Project Tips

MS Project 2010, 2007 and 2003 tips, tricks and tutorials.

What’s New With Project 2016?

A quick rundown of key features and updates in Microsoft Project 2016.

Project 2016: Prevent Resource Over-Allocation With Resource Engagements

One of the ongoing challenges of Project Managers is making sure resources are not overallocated; i.e., assigned too much work within a given time frame. This is particularly tricky when you have several Project Managers assigning one resource to¬†tasks that occur at the same time. Resource Engagements – a Solution to Resource Overallocation   With …

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Project 2013 – How to Save a File as a Template

How to save an existing MS Project 2013 schedule as a template so that you can reuse it.

MS Project 2013 Templates – How to Find (and Set) the Default Location

In MS Project 2013 Professional, finding the location of your templates is not a straightforward process. Learn how to find the template location and modify it.

MS Project Custom Fields: Creating Drop Down Lists

MS Project 2010 & 2013 – Did you know you can create your custom drop-down lists in Project? Read this tutorial to learn the steps.

Hey! What Happened to My Ribbon?

The steps you used to un-hide the ribbon in Office 2010 will not work in version 2013. For step-by-step instructions, read this article.

MS Project Tip – How to Change Calendar View to 5 Days

MS Project Calendar View - Project Training Atlanta

by Jackie Kiadii, Microsoft Project Trainer With Microsoft Project’s calendar view, users can view their project schedule on a monthly, weekly or custom basis.   The monthly calendar view is set to a 7-day week by default. If you do not need to see the weekends and want to convert to a 5-day week, the …

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How to Get your Boss to Say Yes to Training by @learntech

In order to get your boss to say “yes” to quality training, you have to speak to the top 2 concerns of top managers.

MS Project Tip – 8 Questions to Ask When Creating Task Relationships by @learntech

MS Project – 8 Questions to Ask When Establishing Task Relationships by @learntech.

How to Open (and Work On) Several MS Projects at Once by @learntech

MS Project 2010 Tip via @learntech – Did you know it’s possible to work on several projects at once without using a Master Project?

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