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Microsoft Office Project 2007 is the newest version of Microsoft's project management application. This four-level course explores nearly all of Project's many features. Whether you're using Project for the first time, or have been using it for years, this course will help you make the most of Project 2007's new features.
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Highlights of the course include the new Visual Reports feature, the new Task Drivers pane, and full coverage of the Project Guide.
1. Getting Started
To begin, participants will learn the basics of Project: how to open and close it, how to use the interface, how to create a basic project, how to save and open projects, and how to get help.
2. Starting a Project
Next, participants will learn how to create a basic project, add tasks to it, and set constraints on those tasks.
3. Scheduling a Project
This section will focus on Project's scheduling and planning tools, including configuring calendar types, setting baselines and interim plans, and viewing the critical path.
4. Printing and Viewing a Project
Participants will learn how to add finishing touches to a project before printing, such as checking spelling and adding page breaks. Participants will also learn how to use Project's viewing tools, the Page Setup dialogue, and Project's print commands.
5. File Tasks and Views
Participants will learn about various file management tasks in this section, including how to use My Computer within Project and different ways to save their files. Participants will also learn how to use templates and different ways to view their project.
6. Using Resources
This section will focus on resources, including creating resources, assigning a resource to a task, using resource views, resolving resource conflicts, and leveling resources.
7. Working with Tasks
This section will focus on tasks, including ways to view tasks, how to use change highlighting, understanding task indicators, using the new Task Drivers pane, how to link and unlink tasks, how to split tasks, how to update task work, and how to check for variances.
8. Creating Reports
Participants will learn how to create traditional and visual reports. Participants will also learn how to work with OLAP cube data and the Copy Picture to Office wizard.
9. Customizing Project
This section will look at Project's advanced views, the Format Gantt Chart wizard, how to customize toolbars, and the Project Options dialogue.
10. Advanced Topics
Participants will learn about fixed duration tasks, the WBS code, and how to update work. Participants will also learn how to track and update costs. Finally, participants will look at importing and exporting files.
11. Finishing Your Project
This section will teach participants how to add drawings, update project work, use filters, and add progress lines. We will also discuss some ways to track project progress.
12. Working with Multiple Projects
This section will discuss the two editions of Microsoft Project (Standard and Professional) and Project Server. Participants will also learn how to consolidate projects, use resource pools, create and save workspaces, and use master and sub projects.
13. Using Macros
Participants will learn how to use pre-programmed macros included with projects. Participants will also learn how to code their own macros using Visual Basic.
14. Analyzing Your Project
This section will examine two common type of analysis: PERT and EVA.
15. Expert Topics
To conclude, participants will learn how to create custom forms, use the Organizer, and use Project with Outlook.
What you need to know:
This course requires no prior training or experience with Microsoft Office Project 2007.
Length of Course:
1 Day in duration.
Upon successful completion of the training course, you will be issued with a Microsoft Office Project 2007 course certificate.
The course manual, exercise workbook and files which are yours to keep, will be an invaluable reference tool.