This Microsoft Project course covers setting up project files, creating tasks, assigning resources, working with views, and using baseline calculations to track progress.
You can also import vital information from Excel or Word.
Plus, learn how to report project information and share it with others.
- Choosing The Right Project Edition
- Working With Project’s Ribbon And Backstage View
- Setting Up, Creating And Saving Projects
- Customising Project Options
- Creating A Project From An Excel Workbook Or Word Document
- Importing WBS, Tasks and Duration from Excel to create new project
- Setting Up Calendars for full-time, part-time and other types of workers
- Customising the Standard Calendar, creating working and nonworking time
- Creating Individual And Recurring Tasks
- Understanding Manual And Auto Scheduling
- Creating Milestone Tasks And Recurring Tasks
- Using Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Codes
- Linking And Timing Tasks
- Add Lag And Lead Times
- Creating Work And Material Resources
- Assigning Tasks To Resources
- Understanding Duration, Work And Units
- Assigning And Modifying Resource Assignments
- Working With Views
- Viewing Your Data Differently With Sorting, Grouping, And Filtering
- Fine-Tuning The Project Schedule
- Reviewing The Critical Path
- Splitting A Task
- Assigning Overtime And Updating Costs
- Viewing And Reporting Project Information
- Understanding Baseline, Schedule, And Actual Values
- Reporting And Printing On The Project Status
- Sharing Projects
- Saving Projects In Other Formats
All versions of Microsoft Project covered including Microsoft Project 97, Microsoft Project 2000, Microsoft Project 2003, Microsoft Project 2007, Microsoft Project 2010, Microsoft Project 365, Microsoft Project 2013 and Microsoft Project 2013.
All versions of Microsoft Office covered including Microsoft Office 97, Microsoft Office 2000, Microsoft Office 2003, Microsoft Office 2007, Microsoft Office 2010, Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Office 2013 and Microsoft Office 2016.