Update – 140717 – The recordings of the sessions are now available on Microsoft’s channel 9 (here and here) and in case they go “missing”, here and here too! They are labelled PC301 and PC232 when searching in the folder.
I was lucky enough to attend and present at the Project Conference 2014 . . . → Read More: Project Conference 2014 slides and demos available
I was lucky enough to attend and present at the Project Conference 2014 in Anaheim, California. This is the bi-annual Project “love-in”, comprising a mixture of customers, Microsoft folks, partners and MVPs, and the 4th or 5th that I’ve attended (and spoken at). There were some great sessions, and the focus really was . . . → Read More: Project Conference 2014 slides and demos available
Change highlighting is beautiful, but there are times when you do not want to display it, for instance when you want to print the view. Now, of course, you can just hit CTRL-S to save the schedule, and of course that removes any change highlighting and of course clears the stack so that . . . → Read More: The Ribbon–where has Show Change Highlighting gone?
One of the greatest things about Project 2013 is the new reporting section. The old tabular reports have been pulled, leaving us with Visual Reports (which were first introduced in Project 2007) and the new reports feature, called, wait for it, “Reports”.
I’m going to concentrate this blog just on the new Reports feature. . . . → Read More: Project 2013 Reports–reason enough to upgrade