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Chapter 24. Managing Collaboration with ... > Introduction to Microsoft Project We...

Introduction to Microsoft Project Web Access

Microsoft Project 2002 expands on the Web-based workgroup features contained in Project 2000. With the added features in Project Web Access, a project manager can communicate task assignments and task updates with a project team quickly and easily. The project team, in turn, can send timesheets containing actual work values and project status reports back to the project manager, and project team members can access their task information in a variety of ways, including using a personal Gantt Chart view.

The Project Guide toolbar, shown in Figure 24.2, contains commands that help guide the user through the steps required to use Project Server. The Tasks and Resources commands include instructions to publish project information to the Web. The Track command leads to an extensive list of wizards to prepare for tracking progress and to set up tracking and status reports using the Web, and the Report command includes tools for both Project- and Project Server–based reporting.


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