Microsoft Office Project 2007

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Covering the latest version of this versatile project management tool, How to Do Everything with Microsoft Office Project 2007 helps you maximize the software to organize work and people and ensure projects are delivered on time and within budget. You will learn how to set up projects, manage tasks and resources, track status, report project information, and much more. The book covers the standard as well as the professional editions, includes ...

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Overview

Covering the latest version of this versatile project management tool, How to Do Everything with Microsoft Office Project 2007 helps you maximize the software to organize work and people and ensure projects are delivered on time and within budget. You will learn how to set up projects, manage tasks and resources, track status, report project information, and much more. The book covers the standard as well as the professional editions, includes details on Microsoft Office Project Server 2007.

  • Work with the project calendar
  • Create tasks and assign constraints, dependencies, and resources
  • Estimate project costs
  • Resolve scheduling problems and resource conflicts
  • Establish project baselines
  • Track schedule and cost information
  • Create and customize project reports
  • Consolidate projects and share resources
  • Create custom fields, change the interface, and use macros
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072263411
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/18/2006
  • Series: How to Do Everything Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 394
  • Sales rank: 553,945
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.82 (d)

Meet the Author

Elaine Marmel has authored or coauthored more than 30 computer books.

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Table of Contents

PART I: GETTING STARTED

Chapter 1. The Basics of Project Management

Chapter 2. Taking A First Look at Project
PART II: BUILDING A PROJECT

Chapter 3. Creating Tasks

Chapter 4. Working with Constraints and Dependencies

Chapter 5. Working with Resources

Chapter 6. Estimating Project Costs
PART III: VIEWING PROJECTS

Chapter 7. Working with Views

Chapter 8. Working with Tables and Views

Chapter 9. Organizing Information in a View
PART IV: RESOLVING RESOURCE AND SCHEDULING CONFLICTS

Chapter 10. Resolving Scheduling Problems

Chapter 11. Resolving Resource Problems
PART: V: TRACKING

Chapter 12. Establishing Baselines

Chapter 13. Tracking Schedule Information

Chapter 14. Tracking Cost Information

Chapter 15. Reporting in Microsoft Project

Chapter 16. Analyzing Financial Progress
PART IV: MANAGING MULTIPLE PROJECTS

Chapter 17. Consolidating Projects

Chapter 18. Using Project Server

Chapter 19. Working with Codes and Custom Fields

Chapter 20. Changing the Project Interface

Chapter 21. Speeding Up Work with Macros
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