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Hi,

Not sure this is the right place to post this. But I work in OS X as a project manager. I am aware of Microsoft Project which is software to help someone out in my trade.

However, as far as I know Microsoft has not developed a version that is compatible with Mac for years. Anyone know if there is anyway to get this or something similar on my computer (for 10.4 and up).

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You're correct about MS Project. Currently nothing for OS X nor do I expect MS to do anything about it.

As far as running the Windows version on your machine - it's possible if your hardware and version of OS X support it. You need an Intel machine running at least Leopard in order to use Boot Camp. Fusion and Parallels likewise require an Intel machine.

Project management software for OS X - You might try Studiometry 7.1.3 Looks like they might have a trial version.

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Try these:

iTaskX

ProjectX

OpenProj

Mellel 3, NWP 2, Scrivener 2.3.1, Tinderbox 5.11.2
LibreOffice 3.6, Accordance 10.0, Adobe CS4, DTP 2.4.3
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