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Microsoft Project 2010 : Setting Up Project for Your Use - Defining Environment Options (part 2)

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Defining Project Standards

As previously mentioned, there are 11 tabs in the Options dialog box. Option settings are global unless they are grouped under a header suffixed with “...options for this project.” The following sections discuss the 11 tabs of the options dialog box.

Tip

Each tab contains a Help button. Use this feature as an alternate resource for any questions or confusion you have relating to the particular tab you have open.


General Tab

As the name suggests, the General tab deals with general information (refer to Figure 3).

Figure 3. The General tab of the Options window provides general information about your project configuration.

The User Interface options enable you to change the color and the screen tip style. The Project View options enable you to select the view you always see by default, and to specify the date format. Note that the options in the date format are determined by the Calendar type selected in the Display tab. Personalizing your copy of Microsoft Office amounts to specifying your name and your initials. Project uses this user name for the Author and Last Saved By properties.

Display Tab

The Calendar type enables you to select which basic international calendar underpins all other calendars. Changes in this option will impact views throughout Project. This should be used in places where the default Gregorian calendar is non-standard (for example, the Hijri Calendar, the Thai Buddhist calendar, and so on) (See Figure 4.)

Figure 4. The Display tab changes how some Project content is displayed.

Currency options can be project specific, or set for all new projects.

The Show Indicators and Options Buttons For group refers to indicators that show in the Indicator column in various views.

Finally, the Show Entry bar check box displays or hides the text-entry toolbar just below the Ribbon. This was a default feature of Project for many years that is now optional in 2010.

Schedule Tab

The Schedule tab has a significant impact on how Project schedules your tasks. In Project 2010, many elements that were formerly on other tabs are now gathered here.

 
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