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Regarding the frustrations with Microsoft Project, which I have experienced
myself, has anyone found a good alternative?
(For those unfamiliar with Project, it's a project planning tool with which you
can create gantt charts and see other views of your schedule, milestones, task
assignments, and other related data.)
"Giordano, Connie" wrote:
> And MS Project is one of the most universally despised pieces of
> commercially software available. Why? Because it's not intuitive, it
> doesn't do what you expect it to do, and the user's manual doesn't explain
> it very well. I've never yet met a project manager who willingly or gladly
> uses it.