MOOS Project Viewer - viewer for MS® Project

MOOS Project Viewer is a viewer for MS® Project that allows you to open and print any MS® Project file. Running on any Java enabled platform including Windows®, Mac OS X and Linux it is the most affordable solution to visualize in a dynamic way any Microsoft® Project generated file type.

Viewer for MS® Project

How does it help

For simple users it just saves them some money (about 5% of a MS® Project license in our case). For companies:

  • It saves money as not all users need to make changes so just a viewer/reader is enough
  • It is the perfect solution for project stakeholders to view the project details in a dynamic way and not just using static reports

Why do you need it

If you receive a file generated with MS® Project and you don't have Microsoft® Project and you only need to view it then you need a viewer for MS® Project and if possible a free or an affordable one. See Acrobat Reader for instance. On short:

What you get

  • Open any Microsoft® Project file type (mpp, mpt, xml) and all Microsoft® Project versions (2000, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013)
  • No need to have MS® Project installed on your computer
  • Easy to use interface (easier than in Microsoft® Project)
  • Available views: Gantt Chart, Task Usage, Resource Sheet, Resource Usage, Tracking Gantt, Team Planner
  • Automatically load master-projects and sub-projects
  • Print any view
  • Wide Gantt chart timescale range (from minutes to years)
  • Show critical path, deadlines and baselines
  • Show/hide, arrange and resize columns per each view
  • Display colors for task bars on Gantt chart
  • Possibility to filter tasks
  • Open files from your Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive account
  • Running on multiple platforms (Windows - 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8; Mac OS X; Linux)
  • 24 hours support

Microsoft® Project compatible

Microsoft® Project 2013 viewer
Microsoft® Project 2010 viewer

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Anonymous user

MOOS Project viewer is a fantastic application and works perfect. With no effort I could adjust my project to print on a A1 sheet and it was done.