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Can someone tell me a ms project mac equivalent program? I know I could do it paralell/vm but I don't want to take that route. Thanks in advance
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Can someone tell me a ms project mac equivalent program? I know I could do it paralell/vm but I don't want to take that route. Thanks in advance
Omni Planner. Compared to MS Project Professional 2003, or 2007, it's a little simple, but the Gantt chart functionality etc is still there.

It'd be good enough for most things, unless you're a PMP.

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