Microsoft Office Project 2007 Step by Step

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-02-07
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press

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The smart way to learn Microsoft Office Project 2007-one step at a time! Work at your own pace through the easy numbered steps, practice files on CD, helpful hints, and troubleshooting tips to master the fundamentals of working with the latest version of Office Project, including information on the new, easy-to-use scenarios and reporting features. You will learn the essentials for managing time, people, and budgets for projects large and small with Office Project 2007. You will learn how to create a task list and assign resources, fine-tune your project plan, track project progress, and share and publish project information. With STEP BY STEP, you can take just the lessons you need or work from cover to cover.

Author Biography

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.

Table of Contents

Getting started with projectp. 2
Creating a task listp. 36
Setting up resourcesp. 58
Assigning resources to tasksp. 76
Formatting and printing your planp. 96
Tracking progress on tasksp. 120
Fine-tuning task detailsp. 136
Fine-tuning resource and assignment detailsp. 170
Fine-tuning the project planp. 190
Organizing and formatting project detailsp. 216
Printing project informationp. 240
Sharing project information with other programsp. 260
Tracking progress on tasks and assignmentsp. 284
Viewing and reporting project statusp. 308
Getting your project back on trackp. 330
Applying advanced formattingp. 350
Customizing projectp. 366
Measuring performance with earned value analysisp. 388
Consolidating projects and resourcesp. 402
Planning work with project serverp. 436
Tracking work with project serverp. 450
Managing risks, issues, and documents with project serverp. 462
Short course in project managementp. 475
What's next?p. 483
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