Project 2003 by Stephen Moffat

project-2003MS Project is a tool to help you to plan projects, manage and update project information, and communicate the status once the project is under way. The details of the project tasks and associated resources are entered into the system as a new project. The system will then display the data in such a way that the relationships of the tasks and their time scales can clearly be seen and potential problem areas identified. Project data can be entered and/or viewed in a number of ways; the three principal formats are charts, forms, and sheets. In this book the readers will read Introduction to MS project, What is Microsoft Project? Understanding project management, MS Project language, Terminology, Starting MS Project, MS Project – The Screen, Elements of the default view, Views and Tables, The Tracking Gantt View, MS Project – Menus, MS Project – The Tool Bars, Project management, The stages of project management, Monitoring and adjusting, Planning the project, Defining the project, Complete the project definition, Project planning, Complete the project plan, Where to begin with MS Project, Creating a new base calendar, Save the New Project File, Ending a project session, Task entry and linking, Entering tasks, The task entry form, Tables and descriptions, Other methods of adding tasks,


Add Tasks, Linking tasks, Defining the summary tasks, The Auto correct feature, Resource management, Resources, Enter resources, View resources, Set resource calendars, Editing resource information, Review resource usage, Inserting and deleting resources, Planned time scale, The outlining view (summary), Display data and cost factors, Using Gantt charts, Using network diagram charts, Changing the contents of a node, Elements of the network diagram chart, More about tables, Applying filters, Examining the cost factor, Printing and reporting, Page setup, Printing charts, forms and sheets, Reports setup, What you can print, Reports by report type, Updating the project, More on the task information form, Updating task data, Adding new tasks, Entering task names and durations, Editing task details, Tracking progress, The Gantt chart and the critical path, Define and update point, Updating the project, Multiple projects, Using common resources, Adding sub projects, Recurring tasks, Task relationships, More on linking tasks, Modifying and deleting task relationships, Deleting tasks, The organizer, Create a custom toolbar button and much more.

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