Microsoft Project 2007 Expert Video Training


Microsoft Project 2007 Expert Video Training

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Microsoft Project 2007 Video Training Basic, Intermediate and Advance Level


Microsoft Project 2007 Basic

1.0 Fundamental of Project 2007
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Project Management
1.4 Project Management Process Groups I
1.5 Project Management Process Groups II
1.6 New Features in Project 2007
1.7 Data Types
1.8 Views and Tables
1.9 Navigating the User Interface of Project 2007 Demo
1.10 How to Get Help and Guidance
1.11 How to Get Help and Guidance Demo
1.12 Understanding Option
1.13 Understanding Options Demo
1.14 Summary

2.0 Creating Projects
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Creating Projects
2.3 The Project Information Dialog Box
2.4 The Project Information Dialog Box Demo
2.5 The Project Information Dialog Box
2.6 The Task List
2.7 The Task List Demo
2.8 Milestones
2.9 Milestones Demo
2.10 Importing Data
2.11 Importing Data Demo
2.12 Calendars
2.13 Calendars Demo
2.14 Understanding Assignment Units
2.15 Summary

3.0 Estimates and Dependencies
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Understaning Estimates
3.3 The Scheduling Formula
3.4 Estimating Guidelines
3.5 Understanding PERT Analysis Demo
3.6 PERT Analysis
3.7 PERT Analysis Considerations
3.8 Duration Demmo
3.9 Dependencies
3.10 Linking Tasks
3.11 Understanding Dependencies
3.12 The Scheduling Impact
3.13 View Demo
3.14 Lag and Lead Time
3.15 Lag and Lead Time Demo
3.16 Lag and Lead Time
3.17 Summary 

4.0 Deadline and Constraints
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Deadline and Constraints
4.3 Task Calendars
4.4 Deadlines, Constraints, and Task Calendars
4.5 Constraint Considerations
4.6 Critical Path Demo
4.7 Task Driver
4.8 Task Driver Demo
4.9 Summary

Microsoft Project 2007 Intermediate

5.0 Microsoft Project Resources
5.1 Introduction
5.2 What are Resources
5.3 Budget and Cost Estimates
5.4 Resources and Cost Demo
5.5 General Options for Resources
5.6 Organizaing Breakdown Structures
5.7 Maximum Units
5.8 Considerations for Resources
5.9 Summary

6.0 Task Types and Formulas
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Predicting Behavior
6.3 Effective Calculation Guideline
6.4 Task Types Demo
6.5 Considerations for Changing Variables
6.6 Summary

7.0 Customizing and Formatting
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Customizing
7.3 Formatting Demo
7.4 Templates
7.5 Templates Demo
7.6 Fields and Table
7.7 Fields and Table Demo
7.8 Formula
7.9 Custom Formula Demo
7.10 Considerations for Changing Existing
7.11 Organizing Demo
7.12 Summary

Microsoft Project 2007 Advanced

8.0 Microsoft Project 2007 Resource Utilization
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Understanding Resource Utlilization
8.3 Resource Availability Demo
8.4 Max Units and Assignment Units
8.5 Max Units and Assignment Units
8.6 Toggle Max Units Demo
8.7 Resource Calendars
8.8 Work Contour Demo
8.9 Work Contour
8.10 Overtime
8.11 Resource Leveling Tool
8.12 Summary

9.0 Microsoft Project 2007 Tracking
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Update Strategy
9.3 Thye Baseline
9.4 Baseline Demo
9.5 Interim Plan
9.6 Cost Updates
9.7 Updating Costs Demo
9.8 Earned Value
9.9 Summary

10.0 Microsoft Project 2007 Reports
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Basic Reports
10.3 Basic Reports Demo
10.4 Print Options
10.5 Printing Demo
10.6 Printing Issues
10.7 Exporting Demo
10.8 Exporting Guidelines
10.9 Visual Reports Demo
10.10 Summary

11.0 Multiple Project Management
11.1 Introduction
11.2 The Master Project
11.3 Master Project Considerations
11.4 Master Project Demo
11.5 Master Project Guidelines
11.6 Master Project Critical Path
11.7 Saving Project File
11.8 Shareed Resource Pool
11.9 Resource Pool Demo
11.10 Summary



Benefits of Microsoft Project 2007 Training

If you're going for one of the Microsoft certifications in Microsoft Project 2007, enrolling in a Microsoft Project 2007 training course is an absolute must. Not only do you need to master the software and project management concepts, you will also need to learn the exam objectives and prepare for a rigorous certification exam process. Many options are available when it comes to certification training including traditional classes, boot camps, seminars, virtual classrooms, computer based training, study guides, practice tests, and other forms of self-study Microsoft Project 2007 training.

But you don't have to be a certification candidate to benefit from taking a Microsoft Project 2007 tutorial training course. If you use the Project 2007 software whether you're a project manager or a team member, training is an excellent idea. By learning what the software is capable of and how to use its many features, you will be much better informed throughout any project.

Project 2007 has powerful tools that keep everyone on track and informed. With the correct knowledge, you can use the software to control the project's schedule, finances, resources, and work. In addition, Project integrates with other Microsoft Office applications such as Outlook, Word, and Excel for even greater flexibility and control.

Project 2007 also lets you link Project tasks based on how long you think each task should take. By linking the tasks, you can create a plan that builds on the linked sequences and dependencies rather than projected dates. This type of linked plan can adjust when tasks go quicker or take longer than expected yet maintain all of the relationships and dependencies. As you adjust a task, the Project plan adjusts, too.

These are just a small sampling of what Project can do. Through self-study Microsoft Project 2007 training cbt, you can learn how to harness the power that's available and put your project information to good use

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