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DIAD – Dashboard in a Day in Kansas City and St Louis

EPM Strategy and Microsoft are working together to provide Dashboard in a Day for you or your organization.  We are doing this April 9 and again April 13 19 in St Louis.  The links to register are here: April 9 in Kansas City:  https://tinyurl.com/yatlyojf April... (more...)

Hide Unused Language Folders

BY: Collin Quiring A few years ago, we wrote this blog but the SharePoint interface has changed quite a bit since then and we thought we should update this post.  The old post is located here: http://www.epmstrategy.com/hiding-unused-language-folders-for-reports/ Technically... (more...)

Microsoft Project – Open Recent File Pop Up that is NOT an error

BY: Collin Quiring I was told once that I should read the ENTIRE error message when one appears on my screen and not assume that I just know what is happening. Of course, some error messages that are provided to the user are way too simple and very un-helpful... (more...)

IN PWA – Remove a Constraint Date

BY: Collin Quiring We were doing some training when Michelle had a great question for me that I hadn’t encountered before.  She tried to remove a constraint date from a task while in PWA.  And, it wouldn’t let her.  I have previously written about... (more...)

The Art of Schedule Change in MS Project 2013

BY: Tim Gryder It has often been told to me that “Project just is too complicated to schedule with” or that “I can’t make project dates ever work right”. Well let’s dispel the notion that Project is too complicated to use. Maybe we should... (more...)

First Impressions from the Project Conference

By:  Collin Quiring Three of us from PMP Specialists went to the Microsoft Project Conference 2014 in Anaheim, California.  It was a great time for all of us.  We met and got to know some new folks and we got re-acquainted with some friends in the... (more...)

Linking Projects / Tasks in Project Professional

BY: Collin Quiring Quick note – This is a post that is similar in nature to the White Paper about linking Projects found here. This is about the occasional need to link two (or more) schedules using Project 2010 stand-alone.  When using Project... (more...)

Process Status Field

By Collin Quiring I was teaching a class on updating tasks in Project Web App for Project Server 2010 and was asked a few questions about the Process Status updates field shown in the default My Assignments Process Status column.  I went through a couple... (more...)

Microsoft Project 2013 Certification – Don’t Take it Here!

By:  Collin Quiring Any regular reader of this blog knows that PMP Specialists is a Microsoft Partner specializing in Project Management and Project Server.  And, I personally have taken the certification tests since the 2003 version.  Lately, I have... (more...)

Budget and Cost Resources

BY Collin Quiring In our book, “Mastering Resource Management Using Microsoft Project and Project Server 2010” we concentrate on the tool itself and on Work Resources.  This document is an addendum of sorts to that and is designed to better define... (more...)

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