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Modify Quick Launch with LONG URL and/or HTML Tags

BY: Collin Quiring A client of ours has a highly customized Quick Launch in their Project Online instance (this will work the same with internal Project Server as well). Some of those links are External and some are Internal. But, we ran into an interesting... (more...)

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

By:  Collin Quiring   Just a quick muse.   The saying “Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery” has been around a long time and I have been thinking about it the last few days quite a bit.  I am getting ready to do a massive SharePoint Server... (more...)

Project Server and Project Professional – Getting them to communicate!

BY: Collin Quiring Microsoft Project Server and Project Professional work very well together most of the time. However, every now and then, particularly if you use multiple instances or Servers, some challenges can arise. Recently, I was confronted with... (more...)

Best Practices versus Tool Capabilities

BY:  Collin Quiring   Project Professional 2010 and Project Server 2010 come with great modifications and an improved user experience.  Part of that is to allow all sorts of flexibility in many areas of the tool.  While this is a good thing for many... (more...)

Project Conference 2009 – Day One, Night Two, September 15

BY:  Collin Quiring This blog entry is about the conference itself and not really about Microsoft Project as I have decided to talk about them separately – even though the conference is all about the tool.   On the first day of the Conference the... (more...)

Software as a Service and Microsoft Project Server

By: Collin Quiring   Microsoft Project Server isn’t the most complex software or server that Microsoft produces.  However, it does require SQL 2000 or SQL 2005, Project Server 2003 or Project Server 2007.  Depending on how you set up the server(s)... (more...)

Task Drivers – What are They?

In the case of Microsoft Project 2007, Task Drivers are defined as the factors that affect the Start Date of a particular task.  In Project Professional, on the Menu Bar, under Project, is the option to display Task Drivers.  When a task is selected... (more...)