In this course you will learn how to use Microsoft Project 2013 to manage schedules and resources over multiple projects. You will also learn how to access the appropriate project data required for a report and then print, or export it to another application. You will cover how to create custom views, tables, filters, and fields, how to split tasks, create recurring tasks, set task deadline dates and create custom task calendars. There is a review of some of the key topics covered in the Introduction course.
Introduction to Microsoft Project 2013
Duration: Two-Day Course
Platform: Windows Only
Fee: Call for information
We recommend one to eight people for this course.
Microsoft Project is project management software.
It gives you robust project management tools with the right blend of usability, power, and flexibility, so you can manage projects more efficiently and effectively. You can stay informed and control project work, schedules, and finances, keep project teams aligned, and be more productive through integration with familiar Microsoft Office system programs, powerful reporting, guided planning, and flexible tools.
Using Microsoft Project, determine the project goals and define the tasks. Next, add information about the sequence, duration, and relationships of the tasks. Then, assign people, equipment, resources and costs to the tasks. As you enter all of the information, Microsoft Project is calculating the project schedule.
Once the schedule has been determined, you can add, delete, or change any task information and Microsoft Project will recalculate the schedule to reflect the new data.
Users: Admin, Creative, Engineering, Finance, Legal, Marketing and IT Professionals as well as anyone who needs create, track, update, publish and distribute tasks for a given project.