So you are using Microsoft Project 2013 in a standalone setting and want the best way to link/share documents that are linked to specific tasks (even for templates).
1) Save all your documents in SharePoint 2013
2) Add in two columns to your Project plan: Hyperlink Address and Hyperlink (for a readable name)
3) For each task that has a linked document – add in the URL to the SharePoint document. And Voila – you have documents linked to a specific Microsoft Project task.
This entry is for those that are using Microsoft Project (Standalone) – thus not using Project Online or Project Server 2013.
Enjoy and provide us your feedback.
Keywords: Microsoft Project 2013, Document sharing, Links, SharePoint
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