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Microsoft Office Project 2003 Step By Stepby Carl Chatfield
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Experience learning made easy--and quickly teach yourself how to manage project resources, schedules, and scope with Project 2003. With STEP BY STEP, you can take just the lessons you need, or work from cover to cover. Either way, you drive the instruction--building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them Learn how to develop and present your project plan Master the tools for managing schedules and resources effectively Identify critical paths and manage multiple dependencies Track progress and costs--and make real-time adjustments Work better together--coordinating projects online with Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 Plus, sharpen your project management skills with the quick course in the Appendix
Practice your skills using the files on CD
Your Microsoft Office System Reference Pack on CD includes: Twenty-five templates straight from the Microsoft Office team Microsoft Office System Quick Reference eBook Insider's Guide to Microsoft Office OneNote 2003 eBook--describes new notetaking features in Office Microsoft Computer Dictionary, Fifth Edition, eBook--10,000+ entries Introducing the Tablet PC eBook Complete STEP BY STEP eBook Skill-building practice files
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Experience learning made easy—and quickly teach yourself how to manage project resources, schedules, and scope with Project 2003. With STEP BY STEP, you can take just the lessons you need, or work from cover to cover. Either way, you drive the instruction—building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!
Practice your skills using the files on CD!
Your Microsoft Office System Reference Pack on CD includes:
For customers who purchase an ebook version of this title, instructions for downloading the CD files can be found in the ebook.
Project 2003 includes a number of new features: Improvements for resource managers- Team-Builder "lite" available in Web Access.- Skill-based search for resources in Web Access.- Enterprise Resource Multi-Value (ERMV) fields for entering multiple resource skill sets. The ERMV fields can be used in resource views, the Team Builder, Resource Substitution Wizard, or Portfolio Modeler.- Soft-booking of resources. This allows planning and tracking for proposed or potential projects, using a "proposed" or "reserved" assignment state.Timesheet improvements- Pick-lists and lookup tables in enterprise custom fields- Timesheet lockdown- Protected actualsOutlook integration- Calendar integration- Using the timesheet in Microsoft OutlookIntegration with SharePoint Team Services 2.0- Migrating from STS 1.0- Document management, issues tracking, risk management- Document management- Document checkin and checkout- Document versionsRisk Management- Using STS 2.0- Create, update, and track risks- For specific project or entire organization
About the Author
Carl Chatfield is the co-author of Microsoft Project 2000 Step by Step and Microsoft Project Version 2002 Step by Step, both from Microsoft Press. Carl is the User Assistance Manager for Office Project at Microsoft Corporation. He is a certified Project Management Professional with extensive knowledge of Office Project as well as specific usability issues.
Table of Contents
Whats New in Microsoft Office Project 2003Getting HelpUsing the Books CD-ROMConventions and FeaturesQuick ReferencePart I: Managing a Simple ProjectChapter 1: Getting Started with ProjectChapter 2: Creating a Task ListChapter 3: Setting Up ResourcesChapter 4: Assigning Resources to TasksChapter 5: Formatting and Printing Your PlanChapter 6: Tracking Progress on TasksPart II: Advanced Project SchedulingChapter 7: Fine-Tuning Task DetailsChapter 8: Fine-Tuning Resource and Assignment DetailsChapter 9: Fine-Tuning the Project PlanChapter 10: Organizing and Formatting Project DetailsChapter 11: Printing Project InformationChapter 12: Publishing Project Information OnlineChapter 13: Sharing Project Information with Other ProgramsChapter 14: Tracking Progress on Tasks and AssignmentsChapter 15: Viewing and Reporting Project StatusChapter 16: Getting Your Project Back on TrackPart III: Special SubjectsChapter 17: Applying Advanced FormattingChapter 18: Customizing ProjectChapter 19: Measuring Performance with Earned Value AnalysisChapter 20: Consolidating Projects and ResourcesPart IV: Introducing Project ServerChapter 21: Planning Work with Project ServerChapter 22: Tracking Work with Project ServerChapter 23: Managing Risks, Issues, and Documents with Project ServerPart V: AppendixesAppendix A: A Short Course in Project ManagementAppendix B: Whats Next?Appendix : About the Authors
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