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Microsoft® Office Project Server 2003 Unleashed by QuantumPM, LLC

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Using the Home Page

The Home page is the first screen you see when you successfully log on to PWA. You can access all your permitted PWA functions, and it displays status of tasks, risks, issues, and other items managed in PWA. For instance, if the project manager has assigned you a task, you will see that you have one new task assigned to you. After you view the task on your Tasks page, you will not see the note again. Refer to Figure 14.1 earlier in this chapter for an example of the Home page.

Status items in the Home content area show up only if they are new or if there is a change. The following may show in the content pane:

  • Updates— Lets you know how many new task updates have been sent to you by your resources. This appears only for the ...

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