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The OnePager Chronicle

Summer 2013

The OnePager Chronicle is Chronicle Graphics' quarterly newsletter, and is the best way to learn of updates, tips, and tricks for using OnePager Pro and OnePager Express. Not a subscriber? You can join for free today!

Inside this issue:


Are you a Gantt Artist? Brag About it!

Are you a Gantt Artist? Brag about it!

Employers are using LinkedIn more and more to learn about potential candidates, both for new hires and internal promotions. As one lonely project manager among thousands, how do you make sure you stand out from the pack?

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OnePager Express 5.0 Now Available for Excel

OnePager Express 5.0 Now Available for Excel

We're proud to announce the release of OnePager Express 5.0. Now all of our Excel and Primavera P6 users can create the same powerful charts and reports that our Microsoft Project users have been doing since earlier this year.

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Cropping Empty Rows in OnePager

Cropping empty rows in OnePager

If you de-select tasks from your project plan and refresh your OnePager chart, you may have noticed that the task disappears, but an empty row remains. In this article, we'll explore why this happens, and what you can do if you want empty rows to automatically disappear.

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Column Splitting to Visualize Complex Resourcing

Column splitting to visualize complex resourcing

OnePager has a new feature called "column splitting." Microsoft Project (or Excel) can associate multiple resources to an individual task. Typically, in your project plan, these are represented as resources separated by commas. In reports, we typically see this messy string of resources associated with the single task. This may make it difficult to see how individual resources are scheduled and what their activities are across a number of other tasks where they may be assigned.

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Why the PMO?

Why the PMO?

For many years now, perhaps decades, private sector organizations and government agencies have created PMOs – Program or Project Management Office, to accomplish certain things that they deem important to the success of many projects.

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