Category Archives: MICROSOFT PROJECT

Project Request with Project Accelerator and Microsoft Project for the Web

Hello, as we all know, in real life we have always many Project Requests, but not all of them are approved (e.g. we are not going to execute each and every of them). The very first step in Project Management … Continue reading

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Project Accelerator and Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, If you jump at the: GitHub – OfficeDev/Project-Accelerator: An Accelerator solution for Project for the web, you will find detailed instructions for the Project for the Web Accelerator. What is this? The Project for the web Accelerator applies useful … Continue reading

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Team files option in Microsoft Project for the Web!

Hit, Today I will explain Team files option in Microsoft Project for the Web. First of all I will create a Project: Now I will assign a Group to this Project. In my example, I have a Group which is … Continue reading

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How to manage Projects using Microsoft Lists?

One of the latest products from Microsoft is Lists. It is, I will say, an upgrade of the old, boring SharePoint Lists, but with a better look and a new found ease to use built in. Microsoft Lists is part … Continue reading

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% complete and Driving Tasks is Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, in one of my previous post I have explained Driving Tasks in Microsoft Project for the Web. Now I will show you how this effect Task which has % complete greater than zero. First, I will crate new Project: … Continue reading

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Equipment as resource in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, in Microsoft Project for the Web we can have human Resources (e.g. people). But what about other Resources. Let’s say that we need Concrete Mixer, when we are building foundations. I will now create a Simple Project: I will … Continue reading

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Task Start and Finish time in Microsoft Project for the Web

Hi, Today I will show you in a short Post how to see at what Time should Task start and when it should ended. To do that I will create a very simple Project: or (Timeline View): Start and Finish … Continue reading

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How to customize Working Time for particular Resource in Microsoft Project for the Web?

Hi, today I sill show you hot to customize Calendar and working time for Particular Resource in Microsoft Project for the Web. First of all, create your own Calendar Template, according to your Time Zone! Let’s say that my Calendar … Continue reading

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Physical % Complete in MS PROJECT and “rollup”

Hi, recently I had a conversation with one of my Blog readers about Physical % complete and rollup. I will give you example with new Project, using MS PROJECT ONLINE First I will create brand new Project: As you can … Continue reading

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Duration and effort with Project for the web

Hi, today I will show you relationship between Duration and Effort  in Project for the Web. I will first create simple Project: Now I will assign me, and Ellen to Task with Resources: and I will get: As you can … Continue reading

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