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Create Successful Projects Like a Pro with Microsoft Project 2013
A Comprehensive Project-Creation Tool from Microsoft
Microsoft Project is one of the only Microsoft programs not offered in the popular Microsoft Office suite, which includes Excel, PowerPoint, and Word. Project is available in a standard as well as a professional version. The professional version includes extra features, such as tools for team collaboration and access to Microsoft's Project Server. Both versions allow users to keep track of every aspect of a variety of project types, including the ability to share and communicate between programs, trace task paths, and create graphical reports.
Overview and Contents
This course is designed for those who are new to Microsoft Project 2013, as well as those who are upgrading to 2013 from previous versions of the software. Knowledge of Microsoft Project is a great tool for anyone whose job involves managing many people and resources. The only requirement is access to the Microsoft Project 2013 program.
Over the course of sixty-three lectures, downloadable transcripts and MP3s, and more than thirteen hours of content, this Simon Sez IT tutorial will guide you through the fundamentals of Microsoft Project, beginning with the basics, and marking your progress with an online quiz. Content will cover: designing custom projects, using templates, learning to trace task paths, exporting your work to other Microsoft programs, uploading to the cloud, accessing the ribbon and other toolbars, managing tasks, allocating resources, defining deadlines, managing calendars, and much more.
Upon completion of this course, you will possess all the tools you need to use Microsoft Project 2013 to organize, access, and deliver your projects on time.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Acquiring Project 2013; Exercise FilesPreview
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What's New in Project 2013Preview
Course exercise files
Microsoft Project 2013 keyboard shortcuts
MP3 audio files
|Section 2: Help|
Online, Offline and Contextual HelpPreview
|Section 3: Project 2013 Workspace|
Start Screen, Project Workspace and Backstage ViewPreview
|Section 4: Using Touch|
Overview of Principles and Touch Gestures
|Section 5: The Ribbon and Toolbars|
Quick Access Toolbar
|Section 6: Keyboard Shortcuts|
Keyboard Shortcuts and Key Tips
|Section 7: Project Options|
Customize Settings and the Use of Project 2013Preview
|Section 8: Tasks Basics|
Setting Up TasksPreview
Project Options, Entry Bar, Timeline, Properties
|Section 9: Dependency Basics|
Link/Unlink Tasks; Setting Up Dependencies between Tasks
|Section 10: Resource Basics|
Resource Sheet View
|Section 11: Opening, Closing and Saving|
Opening and Closing Projects; Switching Windows; Pinning to Recent List
Saving Projects; File Formats; AutoSave
|Section 12: Calendars|
Creating New Calendar; Setting Up Working Time; Recurrence
Standard Calendar; Schedule Public Holidays; Adding Exceptions
|Section 13: Views and Tables|
Task Views; Zoom; TimescalePreview
Resource View and Split View
Tables, Columns and Fields
|Section 14: Summary Tasks|
Inserting Tasks; Subtasks
|Section 15: Scheduling|
|Section 16: Leveling|
Basics of Leveling
Leveling Order; Resolving Resource Overallocations
|Section 17: Critical Path and Milestones|
Critical Tasks; Slack; Critical FilterPreview
Milestones; Milestone Filter
|Section 18: Notes|
Adding Notes to a Task and Resource
|Section 19: Tasks Types and Effort Driven|
Fixed Task, Duration and Units
|Section 20: More about Resources|
More about Resource Assignments
|Section 21: Constrains and Deadlines|
Constrains and DeadlinesPreview
|Section 22: More about Dependencies|
Types of Dependencies; Lag and Lead
|Section 23: Resolving Scheduling Issues|
Respect Links; Task Inspector; Resource Overallocations
|Section 24: Costs|
Assigning Costs to Resources
|Section 25: Project Outline|
Showing, Hiding and Moving Subtasks
|Section 26: Baselines and Interim Plans|
Purpose of Interim Plan; Setting, Saving and Clearing a Baseline
|Section 27: Tracking|
Tools for Tracking Progress
Project Options that Affect Progress Tracking
Tracing Task Paths
|Section 28: Reporting|
Types of Report; Creating a New Report
Earned Value Reporting
|Section 29: Printing|
Print Properties and Settings; Header and Footer
|Section 30: Gantt Chart|
Gantt Chart Wizard; Formatting a Gantt Chart
|Section 31: Import and Export, Organizer, and Skydrive|
Import/Export to/from an Excel Workbook
Organize Global Template
Storing Project Files on Skydrive
|Section 32: Security|
Password Protect; Read-only; Trust Center
|Section 33: Conclusion|
Recent Development of Project; Close
|Quiz 1||50 questions|
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