If you receive the above message, do the following to fix this issue:
Download this Zip file: GotoWBS_Patch.zip
Open GotoWBS_Patch.zip and copy the two files into the folder where you installed WBS Schedule Pro (by default this is C:\Program Files (x86)\WBS Schedule Pro).
- Overwrite any existing files of the same name.
- Start MS Project and open a Blank Project.
- Start WBS Schedule Pro.
In WBS Schedule Pro, select the Microsoft Project drop down arrow (click the little arrow not the icon) and select Setup Microsoft Project*. Complete the steps.
- Close WBS Schedule Pro and close MS Project.
This should fix the issue. You can now use the buttons within MS Project to display charts in WBS Schedule Pro.
Note: After clicking a WBS button in MS Project you might see a quick popup window appear and then disappear. This is normal. To avoid this you can always open WBS Schedule Pro first and then return to Project to click the buttons. With WBS Schedule Pro already running it has to do a bit less work, is a couple of seconds faster and avoids that popup window.
A permanent fix will be available in the next release of WBS Schedule Pro.
*During the MS Project Setup, you may see a message that more than one version of Project is installed or refers to Project 2019 as Project 2016. This is Microsoft Project misreporting its status. You can ignore these messages and continue the setup.