Select Project dialog box
This dialog box displays a list of Project Center projects that you can open. Select the project, then click OK to open it.
Filter All Columns
You can filter by any text that appears in any of the columns below. For example, if you know the name (or part of the name) of the project that you are searching for, enter at least part of the name in this field. The Items list updates automatically as you type. For example, if the project you are searching for has the number 30 somewhere in any column, enter 30 in this field. The list will be narrowed down to only projects that have the number 30 somewhere in one of the columns.
My Projects tab
This tab lists projects from the My Projects tab in the My Project Center activity center.
All Projects tab
This tab lists all projects that are visible on all Project Center Servers from the selected location.
Show Projects from Location
Click to select the location from which you want to display Project Center projects.
The information in the following columns comes from the information entered in the Edit Project Settings dialog box.
1 2 3
The 1 2 3 column appears only in the My Projects tab.
The project order number. You can click the column header to sort the project list by order number.
You can set the project order in the Edit My Projects dialog box.
The names of the Project Center projects. Double-click a project to open it. The Project Home activity center opens.
The project's number.
You can right-click in this dialog box (as well as the Project Center Administration activity center Projects tab) and select Show Project Names and Numbers Only to display large lists of projects more quickly.
The project's phase.
The companies working on the project and their roles.
The project's manager.
Principal in Charge
The contact at the firm who oversees this and other projects.
The project's full address.
The description of the project.
When the project was last opened.
The project's type.
The project's status.
The name of the Project Center Server on which the project resides.
No indicates the project is public.
Yes - Administrator Access indicates that only Project Center administrators can access the project.
Yes - Project Team Access indicates that only contacts on the internal project team can access the project.
The email address assigned to the project, if any.
Indicates how the project will be accessed (LocalAll project data is accessed from the local Project Center Server. , RemoteThe project data is accessed through a remote Project Center Server. , or MirroredProject data is mirrored. ) with regard to the current Project Center Server that the Project Center client is connected to.
Add to My Projects
Mark this checkbox to add the selected project to the My Projects tab.
To access this dialog box
You can access this dialog box in any of the following ways:
When filing from the legacy Project Center Add-in for Microsoft Outlook, click the icon next to the Project field in the File in Project dialog box.
Click More from the Current Project drop-down list in the Project Center Toolbar.
Click Project List from the Select Project Folder dialog box.
Click Project List from the Select Destination Folder dialog box.
Click Add from the Edit My Projects dialog box.
Click Newforma Project Center from the legacy Project Center Add-in for Microsoft Outlook Toolbar.
Click View in Window, Select a Project from the Active Items or Activity Chart tabs of the My Project Center activity center.
Click Add from the Mirrored Projects tab of the Project Center Administration Activity Center Servers tab.
Click Add to Other Projects from the Edit My Profile dialog box.
Click Add to Other Projects from the Modify Contact dialog box.
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