Microsoft Project offers a powerful set of tools that project managers are familiar with and rely on. These tools help them map out the steps required to complete a project on time and within budget, and to determine the number of resources needed to do the work.
Project 2003 offers a number of new features to further leverage the information contained in the Project documents:
The Shared Workspace task pane is available in Project 2003.
Resources can be added from Active Directory or the Outlook Address book.
Comparing project plan versions provides graphical indicators to clearly identify differences between versions, such as tasks added or deleted.
A set of predefined reports is available to print out ...