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Event DetailsManaging the Project with Views and diagrams
-Exercises: Preparing a Project for Analysis and Tracking
-Using and Customising Gantt Charts
-Using Network Diagrams
-Elements of the Network Diagram
-Setting Network Diagram Views
-The Network Diagram in a Combination View
-More About Tables
-Working with Tables and Filters
-WBS Codes and Viewing a WBS
-Custom WBS Codes
-Changing WBS Codes
Updating and Examining the Project -Updating Tasks with Task Views.
-Adding New Tasks on the Fly
-Tracking and Updating Tasks Effectively
-Exercises: Updating Tasks
-Editing Task Details
-Modifying Tasks Using the XP Smart Tag Feature
-Using the Project Guide to Set Up Tracking
-The Cost Factor
-Cost Accrual Options
-Examining the Cost Factor
-Viewing Cost Totals for Resources and Tasks
-The Interim Plan
-The Gantt Chart and the Critical Path
-Updating the Project
-Updating Baselines and Interim Plans
Printing and Reporting -Page Setup and Gantt Settings.
-Printing Charts, Forms and Sheets
-Use the Project Guide to summarise and report
-Print a view
-What You Can Print
-Reports by Report Type
Multiple Projects and Resource Sharing -The Resource Pool.
-Practical: Create a Resource Pool
-Updating the Resource Pool
-Managing Resource Pool Assignments
-Adding Sub Projects
-Insert subprojects into a master project
-Compare Project Versions
This course builds on the fundamentals of MS Project and project management and covers the more advanced features of the application.
Users of MS Project who want to take a lead role in using this application as the main tool for tracking a project or combined projects.
Delegates should have a reasonable grasp of the fundamentals of MS Project.
-Project 2007 Level 1.
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