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Microsoft Office Projects

A course to help you learn about this versatile productivity tool. At the end of the day you will have an understanding of the most of the features of the application. This course is broken down into three levels, Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced. Each level builds upon the previous levels to progress to some of the most advanced and complicated features the product has to offer. After completing all three levels you will be proficient in the application.

Microsoft Projects 2010 Foundation

Section One: Getting Started
Lesson 1.1: Starting Out
Lesson 1.2: Meeting Project
Lesson 1.3: Managing Project Files
Lesson 1.4: Creating a Project
Lesson 1.5: Creating Tasks
Lesson 1.6: Getting Help in Project

Section Two: Using and Customizing the Project Interface
Lesson 2.1: Getting Acquainted
Lesson 2.2: The Quick Access Toolbar
Lesson 2.3: Tabs and Groups
Lesson 2.4: Customizing the Ribbon

Section Three: The Project Tabs 
Lesson 3.1: The Task Tab
Lesson 3.2: The Resource Tab
Lesson 3.3: The Project Tab
Lesson 3.4: The View Tab
Lesson 3.5: Contextual Tabs, Part One
Lesson 3.6: Contextual Tabs, Part Two

Section Four: Creating a Basic Project
Lesson 4.1: Creating a Project
Lesson 4.2: Working with Tasks
Lesson 4.3: Adding Advanced Task Information
Lesson 4.4: Creating Milestones, Constraints, and Deadlines
Lesson 4.5: Working with Tasks, Part One
Lesson 4.6: Working with Tasks, Part Two

Section Five: Updating and Polishing Your Project
Lesson 5.1: Updating the Project
Lesson 5.2: Basic Editing Tasks
Lesson 5.3: Formatting Text
Lesson 5.4: Formatting the Gantt Chart

Section Six: Printing and Viewing a Project
Lesson 6.1: Arranging Windows
Lesson 6.2: Changing How You View Data
Lesson 6.3: Changing Your View Scope
Lesson 6.4: Finishing Your Project

Microsoft Projects 2010 Intermediate

Section One: Working with Project Files
Lesson 1.1: Using Windows Explorer within Project
Lesson 1.2: File Management Tools
Lesson 1.3: Using Templates
Lesson 1.4: Advanced Views

Section Two: Working with Tasks
Lesson 2.1: Using the Timeline View
Lesson 2.2: Working with Tasks
Lesson 2.3: Linking Tasks
Lesson 2.4: Editing Tasks
Lesson 2.5: Completing Tasks

Section Three: Working with Resources
Lesson 3.1: Resource Basics
Lesson 3.2: Creating the Project Calendar
Lesson 3.3: Editing Resources
Lesson 3.4: Resource Views

Section Four: Managing Resources
Lesson 4.1: Resources and Tasks
Lesson 4.2: Using the Team Planner
Lesson 4.3: Resolving Resource Conflicts
Lesson 4.4: Leveling Resources

Section Five: Project Monitoring Tools
Lesson 5.1: Setting a Project Baseline
Lesson 5.2: Setting an Interim Plan
Lesson 5.3: On the Critical Path
Lesson 5.4: Creating Progress Lines
Lesson 5.5: Tracking Progress

Microsoft Projects 2010 Advanced

Section One: Working with Project Files
Lesson 1.1: Working with Files
Lesson 1.2: Using the Organizer
Lesson 1.3: Saving Cube Data
Lesson 1.4: Comparing Projects

Section Two: Advanced Topics
Lesson 2.1: Working with Variances
Lesson 2.2: Advanced Task Operations
Lesson 2.3: Project Costs
Lesson 2.4: The Work Breakdown Structure Code
Lesson 2.5: Adding a Graphical Indicator

Section Three: Formatting Your Project
Lesson 3.1: Adding a Shape
Lesson 3.2: Formatting a Shape
Lesson 3.3: Formatting the Gantt Chart, Part One
Lesson 3.4: Formatting the Gantt Chart, Part Two

Section Four: Creating Reports
Lesson 4.1: Creating Reports
Lesson 4.2: Creating Visual Reports
Lesson 4.3: Creating a Network Diagram
Lesson 4.4: Creating a Calendar

Section Five: Working with Multiple Projects
Lesson 5.1: Versions of Microsoft Project
Lesson 5.2: Working with Resource Pools
Lesson 5.3: Working with Multiple Projects, Part One
Lesson 5.4: Working with Multiple Projects, Part Two

Section Six: Using Macros
Lesson 6.1: Recording Macros
Lesson 6.2: More Macro Tasks
Lesson 6.3: Visual Basic and Macros
Lesson 6.4: Advanced Visual Basic Tasks

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