Using the OnePager Wiki

OnePager offers a Wiki that provides useful and in-depth information on using OnePager to the maximum of its abilities. On the OnePager Wiki’s title page, there are a number of ways to get started

1. Use the search box to quickly find an article
2. Browse articles based on your specific version of OnePager

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Assuming that you click the OnePager Version 7.1 version button, the OnePager Wiki takes you to the version’s Index page:

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The OnePager index page for Version 7.1 shown above has a clickable Contents box at the top left where each heading on the page can be accessed directly. Below the Contents box are sub-section headings for the index page in this case. There can be several levels of sub-section headings in a typical article to give it organization and to make access to specific information easier from the Contents box.

The Wiki is organized in accordance to how a typical new user might approach learning about OnePager.

For more detailed instructions on how to get the most out of the OnePager Wiki, please refer to this article.

We encourage you to explore the OnePager Wiki whether you are a new user or if you’ve used OnePager for years. It’s an ideal source of information and a great way to expand your skills.

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About Bob

Bob is a seasoned technology and project management executive. As an Air Force Officer (Colonel) from 1965 through 1991, he served in a number of executive leadership, computer system development, and program management roles. After retirement, he joined Robbins-Gioia, Inc. as a Regional Vice President and Program Management Consultant. He then moved to state government, where he held numerous influential positions, culminating in his service as Chief Information Officer for the State of Colorado under Governor Bill Owens. Bob has a doctorate degree in Operations Research and an MBA from Indiana University, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami.

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