Project 2010 Introduction by Stephen Moffat
Project 2010 is a powerful application that allows you to plan, resource, manage and report on a project no matter how large, it contains calculations, graphs. Project to web data and SharePoint information is available to be built in to the project file so that the project can be managed across continents via the internet or intranet allowing the use of a central pool of common resources to enable the project managers to efficiently interact and plan through project difficulties. Â This book has two parts. In this book the readers will read The basics, Guide information, The project screen, Using the quick access toolbar, About ribbons, The file tab, Help,
The Auto correct feature, About smart tags, Intro to Microsoft Project, What is Microsoft Project? Starting Microsoft project, Microsoft Project â€“ Ribbon tabs, Planning the project, The stages of project management, Defining the project, Project planning, Basic project tasks, Where to begin with Microsoft Project, The calendar, Save the new project file, Task entry and linking, 2010 new feature option, Entering tasks, Basic sheet usage, Linking tasks, Defining the summary task, Resource management, View resources, Editing resource information, Planned time scale (baselines), Implementation and tracking, Using Gantt Charts, The timeline new feature, Basic sorting, filtering and grouping, Tracking, Printing and reporting, Print (backstage), Reports and much more.
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