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Microsoft Project 2010 Tutorial

A professionally created, self-study video training course
Includes 9 hours of easy to follow Microsoft Project 2010 video tutorials presented by an industry expert.
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  • Tutor: Guy Vaccaro
  • Duration: 9 hours
  • Video lessons: 147
  • Product code: 01595
  • In stock: YES
Learn how to start projects, create and edit tasks, assign resources, track time and cost and so much more with the help of this easy-to-follow Microsoft Project 2010 tutorial.

Presented by expert tutor Guy Vaccaro, he uses step-by-step video training movies to help simplify the complexities of MS Project. The tutorial commences with a tour of the brand new interface for release 2010, and then Guy proceeds to explain and demonstrate all the key tools, the recommended workflow's and the innovative new features that will set you on the right path to mastering Microsoft Project in a very short space of time.

The same work files that Guy uses are also included with the DVD and download purchase, which allows you to accurately follow along with the on-screen instruction thus enhancing the learning process.

This MS Project tutorial has over 8 hours of professionally created video training, which includes tuition on how to read Gantt charts, lessons on how to add milestones, working with the new Timeline, learning how to save time by creating Macro's and so much more.

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Working With Your Project File
Navigating To An Exact Date In The Gantt Chart
Displaying The Current Task In The Gantt Chart
Changing The Dates Visible In The Gantt Chart
Sorting Tasks
Using The Filtering Options
Sort Your Tasks Into Groups
Adding Deadlines
Exploring Constraint Types
Removing An Unwanted Or Accidental Constraint
Viewing Your Project In Calendar View
Viewing Your Project As A Network Diagram
Using The Task Inspector
How Does MS Project Determine The Critical Path?
Finding The Critical Path

Resourcing Your Project
The Resource Types Available
Adding A New Material Resource Type
Adding A New Work Resource Type
Adding A New Cost Resource Type
Adding Notes To Resources
Adding Varying Costs For A Work Resource
Placing Resources Into Groups
Adding A Fixed Cost To A Task
Allocating Material Resources To A Task - Lesson 1
Allocating Material Resources To A Task - Lesson 2
Allocating Cost Type Resources To A Task
Allocating Work Resources To A Task
Changing Task Types
Effort Driven Or Not
Making Use Of The Resource Views
How To Deal With Over Allocation
Applying Resource Leveling
Adding Overtime To Deal With Over Allocation
Viewing The Project Costs
Viewing Breakdown Of Resource Costs

Calendar And Working Time
Altering The Working Time Defaults
What Is The Base Calendar
Altering The Project Base Calendar - Lesson 1
Altering The Project Base Calendar - Lesson 2
Altering Work Resource Calendars
Adding Recurring Absence Patterns
Creating A New Calendar
Assigning A Customized Calendar To A Resource
Assigning A Calendar To A Task

Tracking Your Project
Saving The Baseline
Customizing The Current Date Line Appearance
Changing The Current Date To Mimic Progress
Marking Individual Task Progression
Marking an Individual Task with a Delay
Marking Multiple Task Progression
Using The Tracking Gantt To Monitor Progression
Reschedule An Entire Project
Splitting A Task Manually
The Project Statistics Snapshot

The New Project 2010 Timeline
Display/Hide The Timeline
Expand/Contract The Scale Used On The Timeline
Adding Tasks To And Removing From The Timeline
Displaying Tasks As Callouts On The Timeline
Editing The Text Formatting Of The Timeline
Exporting The Timeline For Use In Other Applications

Reporting Progress
Customizing Print Settings For The Gantt Charts
Selecting And Printing The MS Project Reports
Create Your Own MS Project Report
Exporting A Visual Report Into Excel Or Visio
Creating Your Own Excel Visual Report
Exporting Project Data To Microsoft Access
Emailing The Project File To Others
Exporting To PDF Format For Distribution

The Master Report
The Advantages And Disadvantages Of A Master Report
How To Create A Master Project
Updating The Master From The Sub Projects And Vice Versa
Creating Links Between Sub Projects
Adding Tasks To The Master Project
Creating A Resource Pool
Telling Projects To Use The Resource Pool
Assigning Resources From A Resource Pool
Saving Changes To A Resource Pool
Assigning Resources With The Master Project
Opening The Resource Pool To View Resource Usage

Recurring Tasks
Adding A Recurring Task
Editing The Occurrences Of A Recurring Task
Editing The Frequency Pattern Of A Recurring Task
Deleting Tasks Within A Recurring Sequence

WBS Codes
What Does WBS Mean?
Sticking With The Default WBS Or Create Your Own

The Global Template
What Is The Global Template?
Where Is The Global Template?
Using The Organizer To Update The Global Template
Creating Your Own Gantt Chart
Changing The Table Used With A Custom Gantt Chart
Changing The Gridlines Of The Custom Gantt Chart
Changing The Bar Styles Of The Custom Gantt Chart
Changing The Layout Of The Custom Gantt Chart
Changing The Timescale Of The Custom Gantt Chart
Copying The Custom Gantt Chart To The Global Template
Deleting The Custom Gantt Chart

Advanced Gantt Chart Customization
Changing Text Displayed Next To A Gantt Chart Task Bar
Adding Your Own Gantt Chart Bar For Critical Tasks
Creating A New Text Field
A Custom Field With A Droplist
Formulas In Custom Fields
Custom Fields Using Graphical Indicators
Clever Combination Of Custom Fields And Bar Styles
Progress Lines In Microsoft Project
Adding Drawings To The Gantt Chart
Making Custom Fields Available To All Future Projects

Recording A Macro
Adding A Keyboard Shortcut To Run Your Macro
Adding A Ribbon Button To Run A Macro
Editing A Macro
Deleting A Macro
A Useful Macro To Reset A Project

Credits And Beyond
Further Practice - Lesson 1
Further Practice - Lesson 2
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