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Visio Connector for Project/EPM/SPS

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There used to be a tool called "Visio Connector for Project/EPM/SPS " that was on GotDotNet. I cannot seem to find it now and it had some awesome features for integration with MS Project. MS offers a tool kind of similar now but it doesn't offer nearly as many as many options. Does anybody know where I can download the "Visio Connector for Project/EPM/SPS"?????
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Hi tjmadden07,

Well the good news is that the kit does indeed exist.  The following pointer will take you to a page that describes it in some detail.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa827350.aspx

Unfortunately, it would appear the that Microsoft has "migrated" portions of GotDotNet to a new MSDN Code Gallery and this piece hasn't as yet been migrated.  I submitted a request, but I don't if or when it will be honored.  If I am notified that it has been moved, I will post a note here.

Bob Segrest, PMP
MCITP, Microsoft Project Blackbelt
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