In Microsoft Project, there is a function located under the Windows menu called "Arrange All". If you have two projects open, the standard "Arrange All" function will display one project stacked on top of the other project. More...
An important part of a project manager's job is to manage the dates for milestones and other key tasks in a project. The dates for these key tasks are monitored very closely by executives in an organization, and Project Web Access is an excellent tool to keep the management team informed about these tasks in your project. More...
SnapIt! enables an organization to create "snapshots" of key project and task information in a centralized, easy to use application.
SnapIt! allows you to create a "snapshot" of important project information, such as key milestone dates and cost data. Similar in concept to saving a baseline for your project, SnapIt! offers many advantages.
Knowledge Widgets allows you to easily integrate and deploy your organization’s methodologies into Microsoft Project.
With Knowledge Widgets, you can display a task’s methodology content, such as best practices and procedures, in the Project Guide pane on the left of the screen. In addition, Knowledge Widgets adds a bottom pane to Microsoft Project to display all of the documents and templates for the selected task in the project.
The Status Report Widget automatically creates a status report in Microsoft Word at the click of a button.
The Status Report Widget will automatically create a status report in Microsoft Word using the data from your Microsoft Project schedule and related SharePoint team site. With the Status Report Widget, there is no need to tediously re-key the data from your project into your status report.
The Driving Path Widget locates all of the predecessor tasks that drive a specific task’s schedule
Have you ever looked at a long list of predecessor tasks in a project and wondered which one is causing the schedule delay? With the Driving Path Widget, you will stop wasting time manually checking tasks to identify a path of predecessors that determine any given task’s schedule. Just select a task and push the "Driving Path" toolbar button.