Over the months and years I’ve seen a tonne of issues regarding the ability, or inability to edit Enterprise Calendars. I started a blog about this a while ago http://www.applepark.co.uk/issues-with-multiple-project-server-accounts/ which provides some troubleshooting issues. This blog is an update to that and I’ll try and keep it updated as I find out . . . → Read More: Editing Enterprise Calendars #ProjectOnline #ProjectClient #MicrosoftProject
So perhaps the title of this blog is a little over the top, but I had a customer recently who needed help when their .mpp file became corrupt due to a VPN issue (I think the file was left open on the file server when the VPN link was terminated)! We couldn’t easily fix . . . → Read More: This might just save your life!
This requirement came from a customer more as a general query rather than a full demand, but I thought it should be an interesting enough problem to invest some time in.
Changing the font, colour, or any of the other options available under Format | Text Styles can only be done automatically for . . . → Read More: How to automatically change the colour of a task name
A customer on a recent training course asked if how he could create a view that didn’t display dates, but rather showed the day number from the project start date, that each task started on.
Depending on whether you want to include working days or not, the formula is different; for example, . . . → Read More: Displaying the Day count for a task
G&T (Gordons) with a slice and ice….
If you’re using assignments for team members, you’ll have noticed that completed assignments still appear on the My Tasks page, even when the resource has updated the task and the task is 100% complete. This causes confusion for resources, and consternation for clients in general. Completed assignments disappear . . . → Read More: Automatically setting the task Publish field to No
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Several weeks ago a customer of mine was getting a fatal error with Project Professional 2007 when connecting to the server. This was only happening on a single machine, and the usual re-installs/repairs didn’t fix a thing. It so happened that the security settings where set to Very High (tools|macro|security), and resetting . . . → Read More: Project Professional Crashes on connection to Project Server
During the lifetime of a project it is sometimes necessary to change the Project Manager (due to a leave of absence). The process to do this has changed between 2003 and 2007.
There are three areas to be concerned with
1. Changing the Project Manager; Changing the status manager; replacing any PM resources.
Before you . . . → Read More: Changing the Project Manager