Project Viewer Lite is a tool directed at staff and project stakeholders who need to be informed of aspects of the
project plan and execution, throughout the project lifecycle. The project viewer can be utilized prior and during
project reviews, in progress tracking, initiating change requests, and other actions that have direct bearing on the project, whilst
preserving the project integrity and full retention of control by the Project Manager.
Project Viewer Lite has been designed for ease and speed of use and accuracy of rendered information.
The traditional Windows user interface is employed, as it offers direct and unimpeded access to and use of the available
commands without claiming additional screen space or need to follow complicated workflows.
Initially, Project Viewer Lite was conceived as a viewer for MSPDI (MS Project Data Interchange)
.xml format, and was gradually extended to handle .mpp files as well. Imported views from MS Project
can be modified, configured and saved for later use. One can view 2007 .mpp files, as if they were
produced using MS Project 2010, 2013 or 2016, and in any other combinations of MS Project editions (provided the respective views
are previously imported and saved by the user from other .mpp compatible .mpp files).
Included in Project Viewer Lite are views from MS Project 2016.
Project Viewer Lite has been designed for speed and ease of use.
Its resemblance to MS Project paves the way to a wealth of widely available applicable
information and tutorials. One can use the searh tool above to get information about terms and
parameters of MS Project that have been made available in Project Viewer Lite in any language that MS Project supports.
This Viewer retains its traditional Windows user interface as it offers direct and
unimpeded access to and use of all available commands.
A feature included in Project Viewer Lite is dynamical switching between languages according
to a project stakeholder or staff understanding and preference. The set of supported user interface languages
presently includes English, French, German, Russian, Croatian, Serbian and Slovenian.