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    Friday, October 15, 2010

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    Juan G Johnson

    I am tryinging to find the project guide where you can ajust calenders time and working days.

    Juan G Johnson

    Used to be easy to adjust and create calendars in the 2003 version of project. When we went into the 2007 version, when using the project guide to adjust working times and dates the project calender would default to what ever adjustments were made to the new calendar. Now I am trying to see what or where did this function (project guide) got placed? And if it works better the 2007.

    Denis

    How can I view Microsoft Project file without having it intalled?
    Go to www.amiproject.com
    Having web browser is enough to view project plan!

    Mark

    Is microsoft project 2010 powerful enough to cover manufacturing using multiple machine processes and place work hourly rated per machine? I feel that I need to give my resources (machines) more information like capacity/speed?

    Gordon Jones

    How do I get BCM Project Management to calculate total project % complete in the status information box. The only way i can see to do this is to average out all the percentage complete tasks and manually enter this number in.

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