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    Forms (2000)

    Is there a way to have a form from Project pop up when openning the software? In other words, if I create a form for entry I want people to see that first.

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    Re: Forms (2000)

    Have you tried looking in Tools, Options, View and setting the Default View? Does your custom form show up there? Some of the standard forms do.

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    Re: Forms (2000)

    If your form doesn't show up in the list - use the organizer to copy the form into the global template. Then it will show up and you can select it to be your default view.

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    Re: Forms (2000)

    No, I am talkin' about the custom forms like Task Earned Value, work tracking etc... (not the views) and have that form pop up when the project file is opened

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    Re: Forms (2000)

    This was taken from Woodyswatch newsletter archive (Rod Gill wrote it)..and what I would like is to take it a step further..read on

    The Event you will learn to use here is the Open Event. To create the Open Event:

    Press Alt+F11 to display the Visual Basic Editor (VBE).
    Press Ctrl+R to display and activate the Project Window.
    If you want the code to run only for one particular project make sure it

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    Re: Forms (2000)

    Hi Tanya, the code to enter is

    UserForm1. Show

    You may wish to rename your form to something more meaningful, using the Properties Window (F4) in the VBE. HTH
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    Re: Forms (2000)

    I'm curious.... I've seen the posts on Project Forms and they've been helpful. We all know that MSProject can export any given project to the web. Has anyone developed a macro/asp that will allow users to interact with the web-posted version of the project (e.g., to update a project step assigned to them (mark it completed, indicate problems encountered,etc.)) and then import the changes back into project?

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    Re: Forms (2000)

    I am not sure I understand the question. Are you asking about how to exporting Project into an HTML format and then interact with that file so that it will update or are you talking about the Project Central Web based file and updating those tasks?

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