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Microsoft Project 2010 offers flexibility and choice for individuals, teams, and the enterprise to effectively manage all types of work-from simple tasks to complex projects and programs.
Experience learning made easy-and quickly teach yourself how to manage your projects with Project 2010. With Step By Step, you set the pace-building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!
Topics include building a project plan and fine-tuning the details; scheduling tasks, assigning resources, and managing dependencies; monitoring progress and costs; keeping projects on track; communicating project data through Gantt charts and other views; and exploring enterprise project management systems.
Carl Chatfield is a co-author of Microsoft® Office Project 2007 Step by Step, Microsoft® Project Version 2002 Step by Step, and Microsoft® Project 2000 Step by Step. Carl is the User Assistance Manager for Office Project at Microsoft® Corporation. Carl is the User Assistance Manager for Project at Microsoft® Corporation, and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
Timothy Johnson is a co-author of Microsoft® Office Project 2007 Step by Step, Microsoft® Project Version 2002 Step by Step, and Microsoft® Project 2000 Step by Step. Timothy is a technical editor with the Office Project User Assistance group, and he previously worked as an Office Project support professional. He is a Microsoft® Certified Professional (MCP).
Table of Contents
|Introducing Microsoft Project 2010|
|Modifying the Display of the Ribbon|
|Features and Conventions of This Book|
|Using the Practice Files|
|A Guided Tour of Project|
|Creating a Task List|
|Setting Up Resources|
|Assigning Resources to Tasks|
|Formatting and Sharing Your Plan|
|Tracking Progress on Tasks|
|Fine-Tuning Task Details|
|Fine-Tuning Resource Details|
|Fine-Tuning Assignment Details|
|Fine-Tuning the Project Plan|
|Organizing Project Details|
|Tracking Progress on Tasks and Assignments|
|Viewing and Reporting Project Status|
|Getting Your Project Back on Track|
|Applying Advanced Formatting and Printing|
|Sharing Project Information with Other Programs|
|Consolidating Projects and Resources|
|A Short Course in Project Management|
|Roadmap for Developing Your Project and Project Management Skills|
|Using the Practice Files if Connected to Project Server|
|Using Microsoft Project 2010 Step by Step in a Classroom: Suggestions for Instructors|
|About the Authors|
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