Microsoft Office Project 2003
how-to articles - Project 2003
- A summary of the support boundaries for Office programs that run on 64-bit versions of Windows operating systems
This article documents the support boundaries for customers who run Office on 64-bit versions of Windows operating systems.
- How to customize Office for Terminal Services
Describes customizations that should be made when you install Office XP Office 2003 or Office 2007 on a computer that has Terminal Services installed.
- How Microsoft Project wraps text in a table column
Lists the four conditions that must be met for Microsoft Project to wrap text in table fields. Text wrapping in a table field depends on the type of field, the text entered, the row height, and the column width.
- How to check the version of Office 2003 products
This article describes how to determine the exact version of your Microsoft Office 2003 product. It also provides version numbers for the original release and subsequent service packs.
- How to create and use a batch file to silently install multiple GDI+ security updates
Discusses how to use a batch file to silently install multiple GDI+ security updates for Office programs
- How to determine if you have installed a trial version of Office 2003
Describes how to determine if a trial edition of Office 2003 is installed on your computer.
- How to understand the repair feature in Office 2003 and in Office XP
Explains how the repair feature works in Office 2003.
- Description of numbering scheme for product code GUIDs in Office 2003
Provides information about the numbering scheme for product code GUIDs in Office 2003.
- How to use Office programs with the Norton AntiVirus Office plug-in
Explains how to resolve low performance issues, the inability to open Office files, or the inability to install some Office programs when you use the Norton AntiVirus plug-in in Office.
- The Dsofile.dll files lets you edit Office document properties when you do not have Office installed
Explains that Dsofile.dll is a sample COM component written in Visual C++ that lets developers working in Visual Basic or other languages read and edit OLE document properties for Microsoft Office documents without Office installed.
- How to apply Windows XP themes to Office COM add-ins
Explains how to select and apply Windows XP colors schemes to customize the appearance of COM add-ins for Visio 2003. Includes sample Visual C++ 6.0 codes and Visual Studio .NET codes.
- Description of the behavior changes that occur after you install post-Office 2003 Service Pack 3 updates
Describes the Office 2003 Service Pack 3 design changes that occur after you install post-SP3 security updates and hotfixes.
- How to view error signatures if an Office program experiences a serious error and quits
Explains how to view the error signatures when an Office program experiences a serious error and quits.
- How to view the installation log files and to create verbose installation log files in Project 2003 and in Project 2002
Describes how to view the installation log files and how to create more detailed, verbose installation log files in Project 2003 and in Project 2002.
- How to make a custom toolbar available to all users in Project Professional 2003 or in Project Professional 2002
Describes how to create a custom toolbar that has a button to run a macro. Includes information about how to make the toolbar available to all users of Project Professional 2003 and Project Professional 2002.
- How to change working time in Project
This article includes information about changing the working time of the Microsoft Project Standard calendar. This information also applies to changing an individual resource calendar or creating a shift calendar from a copy of the standard.
- How to print crosstab report with either work or material resources in Project
In Microsoft Project, in crosstab reports with task details, when you include resource assignment details, both work resource assignments and material resource assignments are displayed. This article describes how to print a crosstab report with task...
- Description of the Microsoft Project Server architecture and extensibility
Provides an overview of the Microsoft Project enterprise project management solution. Lists the products that are included in the solution.
- Definition of Microsoft Project constraints
Each constraint type in Microsoft Project can be defined as a formula using the following conventions: ES = Early Start of the activity LS = Late Start of the activity EF = Early Finish of the activity LF = Late Finish of the activity SS = Scheduled...
- Description of Office Binder support with Office 2003 and Office XP products
Office Binder is included with Microsoft Office 95, Microsoft Office 97, and Microsoft Office 2000. You can use Office Binder to tie Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft Excel worksheets, Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, Microsoft Project files, and...
- The Administrative Time template is not available in Project Professional 2003
Explains that when you upgrade from Microsoft Project 2002, some templates do not appear in Project Professional 2003. Provides steps to work around this problem.
- Differences in feature capacities for Microsoft Project 1.x - 2003
This article lists some of the feature differences between Microsoft Project versions 1.x, 3.x, 4.x, 98, 2000, 2002, and 2003. Version: 2000/2002/2003 98 4.x 3.x 1.x Maximums ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- -------- * * 9999 9999 2000 Tasks per project * *...
- How to programmatically start Microsoft Project Professional from an Office program by using the Shell function in a VBA macro
Describes how to programmatically start Microsoft Project Professional from an Office program by using the Shell function in a Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro.
- How to display a custom Gantt bar in the print legend
Microsoft Project allows you to format individual Gantt Chart bars. However, these custom changes are not displayed in the print legend. If you want the legend to display a sample for your customized Gantt Chart bar, you must create custom bar styles.
- How to hide text in a cell
Sometimes you may want to hide the text in a particular cell or set of cells without deleting the data or removing the columns in Microsoft Project.
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