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Learn Project 2013 Inside and Out with This Training Bundle.
Keep Track of Projects from Start to Finish With Microsoft's Comprehensive Program
Microsoft Project is the Microsoft corporation's project management software. It is part of Microsoft Office but is not automatically included in the Microsoft Office Suite, which includes Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Project is available in a standard version as well as a professional version, which includes more advanced features and capabilities.
Over the years since its initial development, Project has become one of the most widely used project management software in existence. It provides assistance to project managers and overseers by organizing plans, resources, tasks, budgets, workloads, and much more, while keeping track of a project's overall progress from start to finish. Knowledge of Microsoft Project can be an invaluable tool for anyone whose work requires the orchestration of long-term projects and plans.
Contents and Overview
This course is perfect for those who are familiar with Microsoft Project 2013 or previous versions, with access to the software, who would like to expand their understanding by mastering more advanced and useful skills within the program. Students of this Simon Sez IT software training course will learn all they need to know about Microsoft Project in order to organize and complete long-term projects and achieve career goals.
Over the course of 104 lectures and more than nineteen hours of video lectures, you will learn to use this management tool to plan, organize, and keep track of projects in a timely and comprehensive manner.
You will have mastered both basic and advanced Project features, and you will possess the skills you need to use Microsoft Project 2013 to its full potential, saving you time and money and contributing to your professional success.
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|Section 1: Project 2013 Beginners: Introduction|
Acquiring Project 2013; Exercise FilesPreview
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What's New in Project 2013Preview
|Section 2: Project 2013 Beginners: Help|
Online, Offline, and Contextual Help
Project 2013 Exercise Files
|Section 3: Project 2013 Beginners: The Workspace|
Start Screen, Project Workspace and Backstage View
|Section 4: Project 2013 Beginners: Using Touch|
Overview of Principles and Touch Gestures
|Section 5: Project 2013 Beginners: The Ribbon and Toolbars|
Quick Access Toolbar
|Section 6: Project 2013 Beginners: Keyboard Shortcuts|
Keyboard Shortcuts and Key Tips
|Section 7: Project 2013 Beginners: Options|
Customize Settings and the Use of Project 2013
|Section 8: Project 2013 Beginners: Tasks Basics|
Setting Up TasksPreview
Project Options, Entry Bar, Timeline, Properties
|Section 9: Project 2013 Beginners: Dependency Basics|
Link/Unlink Tasks; Setting Up Dependencies between Tasks
|Section 10: Project 2013 Beginners: Resource Basics|
Resource Sheet View
|Section 11: Project 2013 Beginners: Opening, Closing and Saving|
Opening and Closing Projects; Switching Windows; Pinning to Recent List
Saving Projects; File Formats; AutoSave
|Section 12: Project 2013 Beginners: Calendars|
Creating New Calendar; Setting Up Working Time; RecurrencePreview
Standard Calendar; Schedule Public Holidays; Adding Exceptions
|Section 13: Project 2013 Beginners: Views and Tables|
Task Views; Zoom; TimescalePreview
Resource View and Split View
Tables, Columns and Fields
|Section 14: Project 2013 Beginners: Summary Tasks|
Inserting Tasks; Subtasks
|Section 15: Project 2013 Beginners: Scheduling|
|Section 16: Project 2013 Beginners: Leveling|
Basics of Leveling
Leveling Order; Resolving Resource Overallocations
|Section 17: Project 2013 Beginners: Critical Path and Milestones|
Critical Tasks; Slack; Critical FilterPreview
Milestones; Milestone Filter
|Section 18: Project 2013 Beginners: Notes|
Adding Notes to a Task and Resource
|Section 19: Project 2013 Beginners: Tasks Types and Effort Driven|
Fixed Task, Duration and Units
|Section 20: Project 2013 Beginners: More about Resources|
More About Resource Assignments
|Section 21: Project 2013 Beginners: Constrains and Deadlines|
Constraints and Deadlines
|Section 22: Project 2013 Beginners: More about Dependencies|
Types of Dependencies; Lag and Lead
|Section 23: Project 2013 Beginners: Resolving Scheduling Issues|
Respect Links; Task Inspector; Resource Overallocations
|Section 24: Project 2013 Beginners: Costs|
Assigning Costs to Resources
|Section 25: Project 2013 Beginners: Project Outline|
Showing, Hiding and Moving Subtasks
|Section 26: Project 2013 Beginners: Baselines and Interim Plans|
Purpose of Interim Plan; Setting, Saving and Clearing a Baseline
|Section 27: Project 2013 Beginners: Tracking|
Tools for Tracking Progress
Project Options that Affect Progress Tracking
Tracing Task Paths
|Section 28: Project 2013 Beginners: Reporting|
Types of Report; Creating a New Report
Earned Value Reporting
|Section 29: Project 2013 Beginners: Printing|
Print Properties and Settings; Header and Footer
|Section 30: Project 2013 Beginnes: Gantt Chart|
Gantt Chart Wizard; Formatting a Gantt Chart
|Section 31: Project 2013 Beginners: Import and Export, Organizer, and Skydrive|
Import/Export to/from an Excel Workbook
Organize Global Template
Storing Project Files on Skydrive
|Section 32: Project 2013 Beginners: Security|
Password Protect; Read-only; Trust Center
|Section 33: Project 2013 Beginners: Conclusion|
Recent Development of Project; Close
Project 2013 Quiz
|Section 34: Learn Microsoft Project 2013 Advanced Training Course|
|Section 35: Project 2013 Advanced: Introduction|
Prerequisites and Example FilesPreview
Project 2013 Advanced Excercise Files
|Section 36: Project 2013 Advanced: Consolidation|
Creating a Project containing Summary Task RequirementsPreview
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