Are your projects always behind schedule? Microsoft Project is an essential tool to control and track any kind of project. This course begins with setting up project resources and tasks and then moves on to updating and tracking project progress.
-Understand the basic purpose and operation of the software
-Create a new project; create, edit and outline a task list; establish dependencies by linking tasks.
-Add and assign resources to a project; work with project calendars; enter project costs such as standard, variable and fixed costs.
-Track the progress of a project; update tasks and the schedule; compare baseline and actual data.
-Format views and Gantt charts.
-Customize Microsoft Project elements including tables, views, and reports
-Use sample templates; create custom templates; use the Organizer to manage project elements
-Work with progress lines, earned value tables, and visual reports
-Use and create import/export maps
-Create master projects; insert and work with subprojects; create links to external tasks
-Assign tasks to resources from a resource pool; modify resource information; update the resource pool