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Carl Chatfield and Timothy Johnson are the authors of every version of the popular Microsoft Project Step by Step going back to Project 2000.
Carl is a principal content project manager at Microsoft, where he oversees development of user assistance material, UI text, and web content for a range of products and services.
|Getting started with project||p. 2|
|Creating a task list||p. 36|
|Setting up resources||p. 58|
|Assigning resources to tasks||p. 76|
|Formatting and printing your plan||p. 96|
|Tracking progress on tasks||p. 120|
|Fine-tuning task details||p. 136|
|Fine-tuning resource and assignment details||p. 170|
|Fine-tuning the project plan||p. 190|
|Organizing and formatting project details||p. 216|
|Printing project information||p. 240|
|Sharing project information with other programs||p. 260|
|Tracking progress on tasks and assignments||p. 284|
|Viewing and reporting project status||p. 308|
|Getting your project back on track||p. 330|
|Applying advanced formatting||p. 350|
|Customizing project||p. 366|
|Measuring performance with earned value analysis||p. 388|
|Consolidating projects and resources||p. 402|
|Planning work with project server||p. 436|
|Tracking work with project server||p. 450|
|Managing risks, issues, and documents with project server||p. 462|
|Short course in project management||p. 475|
|What's next?||p. 483|
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