This instructor-led course continues to build on the skills learned in the Microsoft Project 2003/2007 Introduction course and helps students advance their skills using Microsoft Project to plan and track project files. The course focuses on: creating custom tables, view, and reports; using custom fields to perform calculations; using Autofilters and creating custom filters and groups; working with earned value and exporting earned value information to Excel; importing and exporting data; working with master projects; working with resource pools; and using the compare projects utility.
Successful completion of the Introduction to Managing Projects Using Microsoft Office Project course including mastery of: effort-driven and non-effort driven scheduling; task types and the effects upon scheduling; critical path; as well as baselining and tracking project plans.
This course is intended for anyone who has an understanding of project management concepts is responsible for creating and modifying project plans, and who needs a tool to manage those project plans.
- Customizing Microsoft Project
- Filtering, Groupng, and Sorting
- Tracking and Earned Value
- Exporting, Importing and Web Pages
- Working with Multiple Files
- Working with Resource Pools