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Microsoft Project 2013 DVD Training Course

Microsoft Project 2013 DVD Training Course

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Microsoft Project 2013 Online Training Course

Benefits of Microsoft Project 2013 Training

This Microsoft Project Pro 2013 training course is designed to help project managers use the tool to manage their company projects effectively. Sheri Tingle will be your instructor for this course. Sheri will take you through two lebvels of training, a basic and advanced level. Between these two levels you will learn it all from creating a project, working with project tasks and utilizing resources in project plan to tracking a project and displaying and formatting data. This course, along with other Microsoft courses we offer, are now available online. this gives you the freedom to work around your busy schedule.

Target Audience: Project managers, project leaders, consultants, business analysts, IT professionals, PMP professionals, project coordinators, and anyone who wants to enhance their knowledge on MS Project 2013 will find our course very useful. The course is a cost-effective training solution for organizations

Microsoft Project 2013 Basic

1.0 Getting Started with Project Professional 2013
1.1 Introduction
1.2 A Quick Preview of the Project Environment
1.3 Using Project Tools
1.4 Customizing the Tables with Column
1.5 Identifying the  Gantt Chart
1.6 Locating Information Dialog Box
1.7 Getting Help within Microsoft Project
1.8 Summary

2.0 Creating a Project
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Creating a New Project Schedule from a Template
2.3 Creating a New Project Schedule from Scratch
2.4 Assigning a Calendar and a Start/Finish Date
2.5 Tweaking the Project Calendar
2.6 Entering Properties
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 2013
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 2013 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


Content: CD-ROM disc (sealed in a DVD-case)

System Requirements:
Platform: Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista and XP
Processor: Pentium 133 Mhz or higher
Hard drive space: 10MB
CD-ROM Drive speed: 24X