Microsoft Project Master Schedule?
March 19, 2010 11:42 AM   Subscribe

I have multiple individual project schedules in Microsoft Project format. Is there a way to view all the schedules simultaneously on the same page without me manually creating a master schedule?
posted by crankylex to Computers & Internet (3 answers total)
I think the easiest way to accomplish what you're doing is creating a master project. Depending on how you're setup, I'm guessing this will be messy.

Not to exceed the scope of your question, but at a lot of organizations where I've seen multiple projects needing to managed, they almost always utilize Primavera (Oracle) P6. Usually this involves the project leads submitting their schedules (usually in Microsoft Project) to a scheduler. This person then manages the various schedules in P6.

I should note that Microsoft has "Project Server" which I suppose is meant to fill the niche of P6, but I would stay away from it.
posted by geoff. at 12:05 PM on March 19, 2010

Project Server will do this nicely.
posted by digividal at 12:16 PM on March 19, 2010

geoff., thanks! This really saved me a lot of work.
posted by crankylex at 7:44 AM on March 24, 2010

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