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====How do I check-in a project?====
 
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To check in a project follow these steps:
 
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2. Click on Save.<br />
 
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3. Click on Publish.<br />
 
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==Project Server 2010 FAQs==
 
==Project Server 2010 FAQs==
 
Can't find what you are looking for here? Check the [http://support.uakron.edu/wiki/index.php/Project_Server_2010 Project Server 2010 Self Help Page.]
 
Can't find what you are looking for here? Check the [http://support.uakron.edu/wiki/index.php/Project_Server_2010 Project Server 2010 Self Help Page.]

Revision as of 15:37, 12 July 2011

Frequently Asked Questions

General Project Management FAQs

How do I get access to Project Server?

To gain access to Project Server you must be added as an Enterprise Resource to the project you are working on by the Project Manager OR given direct access by the PMO.

How do I contact the PMO?

To contact the PMO click here.

Project Professional 2010 FAQs

Can't find what you are looking for here? Check the Project Professional 2010 Self Help Page.

How do I add a resource to a task?

1. Highlight your project from the project list in Project Server.
2. Click on ‘Open’ from the ribbon and select ‘In Project Professional for Editing’. This will open Project Professional 2010.
3. Select ‘Resource’ from the ribbon and then selecting ‘Add Resources’. From the drop down menu select ‘Build Team from Enterprise’.
4. Under the ‘Build Team’ heading, scroll through until you find the resources for your team.
5. Once located click on the resource, then click on the ‘Add’ button.to add it to the list on the right.
HINT: You can hold down the ‘CTRL’ key to select more than one resource at a time.
6. In your Project Schedule, under the ‘Resource Name’ column, select the drop down arrow for the list of resources for your project.

For these instructions with screen shots click here.

How do I check-in a project?

To check in a project follow these steps: 1. Click on File in the ribbon.
2. Click on Save.
3. Click on Publish.
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Project Server 2010 FAQs

Can't find what you are looking for here? Check the Project Server 2010 Self Help Page.

What browsers are supported by Project Server 2010?

Currently Project Server 2010 can only be accessed using a Windows based computer using Internet Explorer 7 or newer.

I am a Project Manager and need to edit my project. However a Team Member did not check the project back in. Can I force check-in the project to be worked on?

No. Currently Project Managers do not have the permissions to force check-in a project. To have a project checked in contact the Team Member who has the project checked-out or contact the PMO.