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Microsoft Project 2010 Video Training Basic and Advance Level

Benefits of Microsoft Project 2010 Training

If you're going for one of the Microsoft certifications in Microsoft Project 2010, 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 2010 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 2010 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 2010 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 2010 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 2010 training cbt, you can learn how to harness the power that's available and put your project information to good use




Microsoft Project 2007 Basic

1.0 Getting Started with Project Professional 2010
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Five Phases of a Project Lifecycle (Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring/Controlling and Closing
1.3 A Quick Preview of the Project Environment
1.4 Menus, Toolbars, Ribbons, Wizards and the Quick Access Toolbar
1.5 Show and Hide Columns to Create a Custom Table
1.6 What is the Gantt Chart?
1.7 A Few of the Project 2010 Views
1.8 Project Options Dialog Box
1.9 Getting Help within Microsoft Project
1.10 Summary

2.0 Creating a Project
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Using the Project Guide to Create a Project
2.3 Creating a New Project Schedule from a Template
2.4 Creating a New Project Schedule from Scratch
2.5 Using the Project Information Dialog Box to Assign a Calendar and a Start/Finish Date
2.6 Tweaking the Project Calendar
2.7 Summary

3.0 Entering Project Tasks
3.1 Introduction
3.2 the Difference Between Duration and Work
3.3 Entering Tasks
3.4 Entering Recurring Tasks
3.5 Durations and Elapsed Time
3.6 Creating Milestones
3.7 Create Summary Lines in a Project Plan
3.8 Link Dependent Tasks
3.9 The Four Types of Dependencies
3.10 Using the Project Summary Task Option
3.11 Summary

4.0 Working with Project Tasks
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Making changes to Task Entries
4.3 Add a Note to a Task
4.4 The New Task Mode in Project 2010
4.5 Using Lead and Lag Time
4.6 Constraints and Deadlines
4.7 Summary

5.0 Resources in a Project Plan
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Identifying Resource Types
5.3 Using the Resource sheet to Enter Resources
5.4 Modifying the Resource Sheet
5.5 Creating and Assigning a Resource Calendar
5.6 Assigning/Viewing Resources within the Gantt Chart View
5.7 Assigning Multiple Resources to a Single Task
5.8 Enter Costs for Resources
5.9 Import Resources
5.10 Resolve Resource Conflicts-Resource Leveling
5.11 Summary

6.0 Finalizing the Project Plan
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Set the Baseline
6.3 View the Baseline and Critical Path
6.4 View and Print the Project Summary
6.5 Quick Tips for E-Mailing the Project Summary
6.6 Saving the Project Plan as a Template
6.7 Summary

Microsoft Project 2007 Advanced

1.0 Tracking a Project
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Entering Task Progress
1.3 Progress Bars and Lines
1.4 The Tracking Toolbar
1.5 The Tracking Gantt Chart
1.6 Splitting a Task for Interrupted Work Time
1.7 Summary

2.0 Project and Other Applications
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Export Project Information
2.3 Importing Outlook Tasks into Project
2.4 Importing Data from Microsoft Excel into Project
2.5 How to Save the Project as a Web Page
2.6 Summary

3.0 Printing and Reporting in Project
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Printing Project Views
3.3 Built in Project Report
3.4 Creating a Custom Report
3.5 Copying the Project Summary Dialog Box
3.6 Taking a Picture of a Project Plan
3.7 Summary

4.0 Multiple Projects and the Sharing of Resources
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Create a Shared Resource Pool
4.3 Insert Subprojects into a Master Project Pool
4.4 Viewing Subproject Statistics
4.5 Linking Specific Elements Between Projects
4.6 Over Allocated Resources and Resource Leveling
4.7 Summary

5.0 Displaying Appropriate Data and Making Data Look Great
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Applying Filters
5.3 Using Auto Filters
5.4 Sorting Tasks or Resources
5.5 Creating Project Groups
5.6 Formatting with the Gantt Chart Wizard
5.7 Formatting the Time Scale
5.8 Formatting the Gantt Chart Bars
5.9 Summary



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