Project 2013 Introduction
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Project 2013 Introduction

Learn the how to create and manage a project plan in Project 2013.
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Last updated 4/2018
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This course includes
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • 1 Practice Test
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Get an Overview of the Project Environment.
  • Work with Tasks.
  • Work with Project Resources.
  • Prepare a Project Plan for Finalization.
Requirements
  • Basic computer skills.
Description

Microsoft Project is a project management software program that is designed to assist a project manager in developing a plan, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing the budget, and analyzing workloads. This course is designed specifically to teach students the fundamentals of working with Microsoft Project. Students will learn to work with task, resource, and other views, and work with tables. Students will then create a new project plan, set plan properties, create and customize a plan calendar. Additionally, the student will add tasks, create recurring task, import tasks from Excel and Outlook, create a work breakdown structure, link tasks and create dependencies, and modify task properties. Then students will create resources, work with a resource pool, modify resource calendars, and assign resources. Finally, students will prepare a project plan for finalization.



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Who this course is for:
  • Students looking to get an overview of Project 2013.
Course content
Expand all 39 lectures 02:09:37
+ Getting Started with Microsoft Project
13 lectures 46:41
Overview of Microsoft Project
02:09
The Microsoft Project Ribbon
03:34
Working with Task Views
03:40
Working with Resource Views
02:10
Working with More Views
02:07
Working with Tables
02:27
Configuring the Project Information Window
05:37
Using the Manual and Auto Schedule Task Tool
06:42
Updating Project Plan Properties
04:34
Creating a New Project Calendar
02:45
Applying a Custom Calendar to the Project
02:50
+ Working with Tasks
12 lectures 43:41
Creating New Tasks
04:28
Creating Recurring tasks
03:06
Importing Tasks from Excel
06:03
Importing Outlook Tasks
01:40
Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
05:03
Task Dependencies Overview
02:18
Linking Tasks
06:33
Using Lag and Lead Time
05:02
Working with Task Constraints
03:25
Creating Task Notes
01:50
Adding Tasks to the Timeline
02:03
+ Working with Project Resources
8 lectures 25:43
Resource Overview
02:58
Importing Resource Information
02:36
Connecting to a Resource Pool
01:58
Working with Resource Calendars
03:32
Assigning Resources to Tasks
02:44
Assigning Multiple Resources
03:45
Managing Resource Over allocations
04:35
+ Preparing a Project Plan for Finalization
4 lectures 11:54
Setting a Project Baseline
02:49
Formatting Gantt Chart Bars
03:28
Sharing a Project Plan
03:27