Project Request Form Template for Microsoft Word 2013

By |June 7th, 2015|

The Project Request Form Template is a great tool to channel all those requests coming in with various content or simply not enough. The Project Request Form Template sets a standard for what information you deem critical to making a decision on whether to do the project or not.

Here is a brief overview of […]

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Project Status Report Template (Summary)

By |May 31st, 2015|

There are endless possibilities when it comes to providing a Project Status Report Summary, and I’m pretty sure I’ve created at least a one hundred different flavors of them. That said, I’ve settled down on this Project Status Report as one of my favorites because it is pretty straight forward.

We all have had those bosses […]

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Project Charter Template for Microsoft Word 2013

By |February 17th, 2015|

A Project Charter is another one of those critical documents for a project. I know, there are lots of important documents in a project, but a Project Charter is what actually authorizes the work. It typically goes hand in hand with Scope of Work, and the Project Charter should be what the Project Manager is […]

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Scope of Work Template for Microsoft Word 2013

By |February 15th, 2015|

A Scope of Work template (SOW) is probably my favorite document when it comes to managing a project. A Scope of Work will is a critical piece to a project for a number of reasons, but most importantly it’s the document that says what it is the Project Manager is supposed to deliver. Personally, I […]

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Filezilla Virus – Black Screen Error

By |February 14th, 2015|

So I’m in between computers at work and during the process of getting my new one setup I somehow got a virus. Well, I figured out the culprit and as it turns out it snuck in through FileZilla via their SourceForge download link. I have many opinions with this for both FileZilla, and SourceForge, and […]

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Suite Bar Branding in SharePoint 2013

By |February 8th, 2015|

So you want to brand the Suite Bar in SharePoint 2013 huh? Well, you are luck as I got some information below on how to do it. But before I begin, I’m only going to go through how to do this with SharePoint Server. Why you ask? Well, for starters I can’t keep up with […]

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Custom Links on SharePoint 2013 Suite Bar

By |January 19th, 2015|

There are a bunch of ways you can add custom links to the SharePoint Suite Bar. For those that don’t know, this is the nifty little menu bar that Microsoft added to SharePoint sites at the very top of the site. I do have some opinion about the suite bar, which I will probably rant […]

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Lessons Learned Excel Template

By |January 12th, 2015|

I am a massive fan of using lessons learned before I tackle any project. That is assuming of course that the project manager previously had actually generated one when they closed the project…That really strikes my nerve, but I’m guilt of it as well. I’m sure any Project Manager can relate right??? You been working […]

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Sharepoint XSLT Template (Boilerplate)

By |January 5th, 2015|

XSLT is pretty cool once you learn how it works. Honestly though, I never had any desire to really play with it though until SharePoint Designer removed the design view functionality. Once that disappeared, I decided all those years (a decade plus) of only mingling with XSLT was going to need to get very serious […]

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SharePoint 2013 Document Library Breadcrumbs

By |January 4th, 2015|

So if you have noticed the way SharePoint 2013 generates breadcrumbs in the title area, you will probably get just as frustrated as I did…You mean, it will only show two levels deep!?!?! Well, on a positive side those two levels are the current level and the next level up, but what if you wanted […]

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