Microsoft Project 2010: The Missing Manual

Microsoft Project 2010: The Missing Manual
Authors
Bonnie Biafore
ISBN
1449381952
Published
23 Jun 2010
Purchase online
amazon.com

Microsoft Project is brimming with features to help you manage any project, large or small. But learning the software is only half the battle. What you really need is real-world guidance: how to prep your project before touching your PC, which Project tools work best, and which ones to use with care. This book explains it all, helping you go from project manager to project master. *Get a project management primer. Discover what it takes to handle a project successfully

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Microsoft Project is brimming with features to help you manage any project, large or small. But learning the software is only half the battle. What you really need is real-world guidance: how to prep your project before touching your PC, which Project tools work best, and which ones to use with care. This book explains it all, helping you go from project manager to project master.

  • Get a project management primer. Discover what it takes to handle a project successfully
  • Learn the program inside out. Get step-by-step instructions for Project Standard and Project Professional
  • Build and refine your plan. Put together your team, schedule, and budget
  • Achieve the results you want. Build realistic schedules, and learn how to keep costs under control
  • Track your progress. Measure your performance, make course corrections, and manage changes
  • Use Project's power tools. Customize Project's features and views, and transfer info directly between Project and other programs

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