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Microsoft Project Standard 2010

by Microsoft Corp.
Windows Vista / 7 / XP

Price: CDN$ 586.69
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Technical Details

  • Provides a clearer view of tasks, milestones, and phases
  • Features significant updates and visual enhancements
  • Provides an intuitive and easy way to successfully complete projects
  • Great for small business

System Requirements

  • Platform:   Windows Vista / 7 / XP
  • Media: Software
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Microsoft Project Standard 2010 is project managing software that gives Microsoft project managers a new and easier way to manage projects. It features significant updates and visual enhancements to give you a new and easier way to manage the many projects that contribute to the success of your business. Offering flexibility and choice, this program provides tailored work management solutions for individuals, teams, and enterprises. With a completely new and visually-enhanced timeline, you'll have an easier, more intuitive way to see and share key dates and deadlines.

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Amazon.com: 4.2 out of 5 stars  32 reviews
26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Better, but needs new features June 1 2011
By John Sutherland - Published on Amazon.com
The big improvement over 2007 is really in visual design. What I still want in this product is better integration with other Office apps. The problem with Project is still that the project manager creates a complex schedule, and the team members understandably ignore their deadlines, simply because they can't see through the tangle of Project.

I'd recommend buying this, but also the plug-in called "Tap on the Shoulder" that automatically reminds team members of their task deadlines.

It's inexpensive and makes a world of difference.

If Microsoft is paying attention, they'll wrap a feature like this into the next version of Project.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars If you have to use MSP, buy Standard, not Pro Oct. 29 2013
By Michael R. Murphy - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Software|Verified Purchase
I'll admit it - I have a love/hate relationship with MS Project. It's a powerful tool, no doubt - and something of an industry standard. And everytime I get frustrated with it, I always find myself trying to create a three-dimensional spreadsheet that would replicate what MSP does (track tasks, durations, work effort, dependencies, etc.). And my clients expect me to produce a project plan (which they hardly ever look at), so I gotta do it.

The challenge is that MSP is very complicated to use, and if you aren't aware of each setting (including the default settings for new tasks), you can do some serious damage to your project plan/ budget. For example the default setting for tasks is "fixed units". And if all you do is create a plan and leave it alone, you probably won't notice anything. But if you add or subtract resources to/ from a task after the initial creation AND have effort-driven scheduling turned on (another default) it will start changing things on you. The tricky part comes when you want to show people how they're booked on your project - using Resources Assignments - unless you're very careful, it will appear that you've overbooked your resources significantly. This is probably user error (mine), but my advice is to be very careful about how you setup, maintain and share information coming out of MSP.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Project Tool April 17 2013
By David Lange - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Software|Verified Purchase
Able to plan and update multilple project easily. Easy to use and installation went smoothly. I highly recommend this program.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Microsoft still has a long way to go April 5 2013
By M. Randolph Mason - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Software|Verified Purchase
As usual, Microsoft has upgranded a product and shuffled the funtionality so that users of previous versions are confounded. NOW, their "online help" powered by "Bing" is almost usesless! What happened to the days when a user's manual came with the product? EXAMPLE: the ability to format the activity bars is changed FOR THE WORSE! "Online instructions" do not lead you to formatting the way activity bars are labelled unless you resort to formatting them one by one. It used to be that the user could format the way the entire chart appeared... at once.
I plan on being full time retired soon. Thank GOD... the end of this miserable program!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing Tutorial Aug. 2 2012
By LaVern Glosson - Published on Amazon.com
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MS Project 2010 hits it out of the park. I purchased the software so that I could more easily follow along in the MS Project 2010 Step by Step Handbook. Being away from managing Projects for so long intimidated me. My goal was to remove old cobwebs and brush up on the newest Project practices - Microsoft helped me do just that, and MORE. There are new functional tools new to the 2010 version that creates short cuts to otherwise long processes to get the same information. Absolutely love it?

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