Improved integration with Microsoft® Project and other project
RiskyProject has greatly improved its integration with project
schedules created in from Microsoft Project, Primavera, and other
project management software. In RiskyProject 3, schedules imported
from this software will be fully compatible with original schedule. In
few very specific cases, there will be small differences between your
original schedule and the one in RiskyProject due to the probabilistic
nature of RiskyProject.
3.2 is seamlessly integrated with Microsoft Project 2003 and higher.
When RiskyProject is installed it checks if Microsoft Project is
installed on the computer and adds a RiskyProject toolbar and macro to
Microsoft Project. At the same time RiskyProject can run as a
Here is how the integration with Microsoft Project works:
1. The first time you open Microsoft Project after installing
RiskyProject for Project, check to see that the RiskyProject toolbar
is visible. You can enable or disable the toolbar by clicking on
Toolbars in the View menu.
2. Create a schedule in Microsoft Project.
one of buttons on the RiskyProject toolbar in Microsoft Project to go
to selected RiskyProject view. Essentially, RiskyProject offers
additional risk related views to Microsoft Project such as risk
adjusted Gantt Charts, Risk Matrixes, a risk adjusted cash flow charts
4. Add risks, uncertainties, and other risk-related information in the
5. Run the simulation, perform the analysis and report the results
6. At any moment you can go back to Microsoft Project and make changes
to your schedule. All changes will be reflected in RiskyProject.
However if you make changes to the deterministic project schedule in
RiskyProject, these changes may be overwritten by Microsoft Project
Improved Probabilistic and Conditional Branching