Continuing our series showing how to use Office 365, Microsoft Office 2010, Microsoft Project Professional 2010 and Windows Phone 7.5 technologies to put together a streamlined, standardized project management system, today we will look at how to project documentation can be worked on collaboratively.
By posting project documentation in a document library on your project site, the will be accessible to all team members, allowing each team member to look at and edit them at the same time. Changes to documents will be visible to each person viewing the document.
This real-time collaboration works with Word 2010, PowerPoint 2010 and OneNote 2010.
This video will show you how to use Office365 to co-author project documentation:
If you’re a project manager, you’ll want to check out the Microsoft Project Conference 2012 in Phoenix, AZ from March 19-22 for educational sessions, certifications, and lots more!
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About the Author
Pamela Flora is the Administrative and Marketing Coordinator for Innovative-e, Inc.
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