Key Steps Every Company Should Know When Launching a PMO (Part 7)

We have finally come down to the last step of establishing a PMO within an organization. In the previous parts to this series, I explained the first six steps required in which to put in place the correct processes and people within the PMO structure that will yield the best results: Plan the Transition Create a Read more about Key Steps Every Company Should Know When Launching a PMO (Part 7)[…]

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Removing Legend Items in a Microsoft Project 2013 Schedule

Have you ever tried to print your project schedule only to see that the bottom half of each page is being taken up by the legend and all the items inside?     Now there is a way to completely remove the legend with just a checkbox… but what if you actually want to display the Read more about Removing Legend Items in a Microsoft Project 2013 Schedule[…]

Converting an Editable Subproject to Read-Only in a Program Schedule

Many of you use Microsoft Project and Project Server to schedule projects within a program. When I schedule my projects that belong to a program, I like to create a Program Master Schedule. My Program Master Schedule is basically a shell that houses the Subproject links. The screen shot below displays an example of a Program Read more about Converting an Editable Subproject to Read-Only in a Program Schedule[…]

Trivia Question Answer

The trivia question was asked:   When was the first version of Microsoft Project released for Windows?   Answer:   The first Windows version of Microsoft Project was released in 1990 as Version 1 for Windows.   Thanks for reading! Please feel free to leave comments below or check out our other blogs on Microsoft Project, Project Server, SharePoint and Project Management Read more about Trivia Question Answer[…]