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Microsoft Project–The Hammock Task

BY: Collin Quiring Sometimes you have a task that has a Start Date based on one task and Finish Date based on a different task.  There are probably some manual gymnastics that you can do to make this happen but Project gives us a methodology to this... (more...)

Microsoft Project Product LifeCycle

By: Collin Quiring It would be unrealistic for Microsoft to support every product it ever created in perpetuity.  Therefore, they have a “support end” and often an “extended support end” where they officially will no longer help you or support... (more...)

SSRS Reports not displaying icons in the header

BY: Collin Quiring This is a pretty specific issue but I wanted to share it since the solution was not readily available.  We are using Project Server 2013.  We have an SSRS (SQL Services Reporting Server) report that works fine in Visual Studio. It... (more...)

Master Project and Read Only SubProject

BY: Collin Quiring Sometimes, when you are using Microsoft Professional and you insert a Subproject the Subproject is“Read Only” when you try to save the Master Project.  This quick post is how to resolve that issue. In this example, I have a Master... (more...)

Organizational Project Management
Maturity
IS Project Management Quality

Tim Gryder and Collin Quiring will be presenting a webinar April 30, 2014, for the Project Management Quality Community of Practice (PMQ CoP) for the Project Management Institute (PMI). To sign up go to the PMI website for the PMQ CoP here: http://quality.vc.pmi.org/Webinars/ViewWebinar.aspx?WebinarAction=View&WebinarExternalKey=5df04133-e401-4827-ae58-d0d39bdc8596 Here... (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...)

Project Online and SharePoint Sites

BY: Collin Quiring We recently had a client who uses Project Online request the ability to NOT create SharePoint sites that are connected to the Project schedules directly.  They prefer to use their own SharePoint site.  First, it is important to note... (more...)

Date Field Bug/Feature Tasks Page in PWA 2010 and 2013

BY: Collin Quiring This came up a while ago with one client and I just wanted to share this issue with everybody.  Depending upon how you look at this issue, you can consider it a bug or a feature.  It sort of makes sense the way it works but it probably... (more...)

MPUG NWA Chapter Kick Off Meeting

Join us in Northwest Arkansas June 10 as we kick off the Microsoft Project User Group newest chapter! http://www.mpug.com/event/nw-arkansas-kick-meeting-project-cloud/    Read More →

Over Allocation on a Resource that is NOT Over allocated!

BY: Collin Quiring This post is about a Resource over allocation we discovered in Microsoft Project Professional 2010.  To make it simple, this is not connected to Server, not an online instance, just a desktop version of Project Pro 2010.  Specifically,... (more...)

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