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Overview

You’re beyond the basics, so dive right in and really put your project management skills to work! This supremely organized reference is packed with hundreds of timesaving solutions, troubleshooting tips, and workarounds. It’s all muscle and no fluff. Discover how the experts tackle Project 2007—and challenge yourself to new levels of mastery!

  • Monitor your project’s critical path and make adjustments to dependencies
  • Manage linked tasks across multiple projects
  • Create pivot views of project data with Visio® 2007 and Excel 2007
  • Enable Web-based collaboration with team members, sponsors, and other project stakeholders
  • Tailor the way Project 2007 works with personalized views, menus, and fields
  • Manage project activities in an enterprise project management environment
  • Configure Project Server 2007 and administer users and enterprise resource pools

    CD includes:

    • Fully searchable eBook—plus bonus chapters
    • Resources for exploring the new Office Open XML format
    • Links to templates, product demos, online training, and discussion groups
    • Windows Vista® Product Guide eReference and other eBooks

    A Note Regarding the CD or DVD

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735623279
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 5/30/2007
  • Series: Microsoft Inside Out Series
  • Edition description: REV
  • Pages: 1104
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 2.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Teresa S. Stover is a project management expert who has consulted with the Microsoft Office Project Team since version 4. She is an instructional designer and award-winning author with more than two decades of technical communication experience. She is the author of countless user manuals, tutorials, and help systems—plus more than a dozen computer books, including Microsoft Office Project 2007, Microsoft Office Project 2003 Inside Out, and Microsoft Project Version 2002 Inside Out. Read more at www.stoverwriting.com.

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Table of Contents

Your All-in-One Resource;
Acknowledgments;
About the CD;
What’s On the CD;
System Requirements;
Support Information;
Conventions and Features Used in This Book;
Text Conventions;
Design Conventions;
Project Fundamentals;
Chapter 1: Introducing Microsoft Office Project 2007;
1.1 Using This Book;
1.2 Using Microsoft Project—An Overview;
1.3 What’s New in Microsoft Office Project 2007;
1.4 Learning As You Go;
Chapter 2: Understanding Projects and Project Management;
2.1 Understanding Project Management Basics;
2.2 Understanding Project Management Processes;
2.3 Facilitating Your Project with Microsoft Project;
2.4 Working with the Project Stakeholders;
2.5 Keys to Successful Project Management;
Developing the Project Plan;
Chapter 3: Starting a New Project;
3.1 Focusing the Project Vision;
3.2 Creating a New Project Plan;
3.3 Entering Tasks;
3.4 Sequencing and Organizing Tasks;
3.5 Organizing Tasks into an Outline;
3.6 Setting Up Your Work Breakdown Structure;
3.7 Adding Supplementary Information to Tasks;
Chapter 4: Viewing Project Information;
4.1 Understanding Project Information Categories;
4.2 Accessing Your Project Information;
4.3 Rearranging Your Project Information;
4.4 Arranging Your Microsoft Project Window;
4.5 Navigating to a Specific Location in a View;
Chapter 5: Scheduling Tasks;
5.1 Setting Task Durations;
5.2 Establishing Task Dependencies;
5.3 Scheduling Tasks to Achieve Specific Dates;
5.4 Setting Deadline Reminders;
5.5 Creating Milestones in Your Schedule;
5.6 Working with Task Calendars;
5.7 Seeing Feedback on Scheduling Changes;
Chapter 6: Setting Up Resources in the Project;
6.1 Understanding the Impact of Resources in the Project Plan;
6.2 Adding Resources to the Project;
6.3 Removing a Resource from the Project;
6.4 Identifying Tentative, Generic, or Budget Resources;
6.5 Setting When Resources Are Available for Work;
6.6 Adding Detailed Resource Information;
Chapter 7: Assigning Resources to Tasks;
7.1 Assigning Work Resources to Tasks;
7.2 Assigning Material Resources to Tasks;
7.3 Assigning Cost Resources to Tasks;
7.4 Reviewing Assignment Information;
7.5 Changing Resource Assignments;
7.6 Contouring Resource Assignments;
Chapter 8: Planning Resource and Task Costs;
8.1 Working with Costs and Budgeting;
8.2 Planning Resource Costs;
8.3 Planning Fixed Task Costs;
8.4 Reviewing Planned Costs;
8.5 Setting Up and Reviewing a Project Budget;
8.6 Setting a Different Currency;
Chapter 9: Checking and Adjusting the Project Plan;
9.1 Working with the Critical Path and Critical Tasks;
9.2 Bringing in the Project Finish Date;
9.3 Reducing Project Costs;
9.4 Balancing Resource Workloads;
9.5 Changing Project Scope;
9.6 Reviewing the Impact of Changes;
9.7 Obtaining Buyoff on the Project Plan;
Tracking Progress;
Chapter 10: Setting a Baseline and Updating Progress;
10.1 Saving Original Plan Information Using a Baseline;
10.2 Updating Task Progress;
10.3 Updating Actual Costs;
Chapter 11: Responding to Changes in Your Project;
11.1 Monitoring and Adjusting the Schedule;
11.2 Monitoring and Adjusting Costs;
11.3 Monitoring and Adjusting Resource Workload;
Reporting and Analyzing Project Information;
Chapter 12: Reporting Project Information;
12.1 Establishing Your Communications Plan;
12.2 Using Views to Report Project Information;
12.3 Generating Text and Visual Reports;
12.4 Running Reports for Your Requirements;
12.5 Revising a Built-In Report;
12.6 Building a Custom Report;
12.7 Saving Project Data Fields;
Chapter 13: Analyzing Progress Using Earned Value;
13.1 Generating Earned Value Data;
13.2 Reviewing Earned Value Data;
Managing Multiple Projects;
Chapter 14: Managing Master Projects and Resource Pools;
14.1 Structuring Master Projects with Subprojects;
14.2 Consolidating Project Information;
14.3 Sharing Resources by Using a Resource Pool;
Chapter 15: Exchanging Information Between Project Plans;
15.1 Linking Information Between Project Plans;
15.2 Copying and Moving Information Between Projects;
15.3 Copying Project Elements by Using the Organizer;
Integrating Microsoft Project with Other Programs;
Chapter 16: Exchanging Information with Other Applications;
16.1 Copying Information;
16.2 Embedding Information;
16.3 Linking Information;
16.4 Hyperlinking to Documents in Other Applications;
16.5 Importing and Exporting Information;
Chapter 17: Integrating Microsoft Project with Microsoft Excel;
17.1 Copying Between Microsoft Project and Excel;
17.2 Embedding Between Microsoft Project and Excel;
17.3 Linking Between Microsoft Project and Excel;
17.4 Importing and Exporting with Excel;
17.5 Producing a Visual Report of Project Data in Excel;
Chapter 18: Integrating Microsoft Project with Microsoft Outlook;
18.1 Exchanging Task Information with Outlook;
18.2 Building Your Resource List with Outlook;
18.3 Sending Project File Information;
Chapter 19: Integrating Microsoft Project with Microsoft Visio;
19.1 Creating a Visual Report of Project Data in Visio;
19.2 Presenting Microsoft Project Data with Visio;
19.3 Exporting Data from Visio to Microsoft Project;
19.4 Representing Project Data in a Visio Diagram;
Managing Projects Across Your Enterprise;
Chapter 20: Understanding Enterprise Project Management;
20.1 Who’s Who in Enterprise Project Management;
20.2 Understanding the Components of EPM;
20.3 Understanding the EPM Workflow;
Chapter 21: Administering Your Enterprise Project Management Solution;
21.1 Logging On and Off;
21.2 Managing Users and Permissions;
21.3 Administering the Enterprise Resource Pool;
21.4 Establishing the Enterprise Portfolio;
21.5 Standardizing Enterprise Project Elements;
21.6 Setting Up Team Member Work Pages;
21.7 Managing Pages, Views, and Reports;
21.8 Managing and Maintaining the Server;
Chapter 22: Managing Enterprise Projects and Resources;
22.1 Connecting to Your Project Server;
22.2 Working with Enterprise Projects;
22.3 Building Your Enterprise Project Team;
22.4 Collaborating with Your Project Team;
22.5 Creating Proposals and Activity Plans;
Chapter 23: Participating on a Team Using Project Web Access;
23.1 Getting Started with Project Web Access;
23.2 Working on Your Assignments and Updates;
23.3 Submitting Text-Based Status Reports;
23.4 Logging Time Using Timesheets;
23.5 Setting Up E-Mail, Reminders, and Calendars;
23.6 Managing Resources in Project Web Access;
Chapter 24: Making Executive Decisions Using Project Web Access;
24.1 Getting Started with Project Web Access;
24.2 Viewing Project Portfolio Information;
24.3 Working with the Project Portfolio;
24.4 Working with Resource Information;
24.5 Analyzing and Reporting on Project Information;
24.6 Setting Your Alerts and Reminders;
Customizing and Managing Project Files;
Chapter 25: Customizing Your View of Project Information;
25.1 Customizing Views;
25.2 Customizing Tables;
25.3 Customizing Fields;
25.4 Working with Outline Codes;
25.5 Customizing Groups;
25.6 Customizing Filters;
25.7 Sharing Customized Elements Among Projects;
Chapter 26: Customizing the Microsoft Project Interface;
26.1 Creating and Customizing Toolbars;
26.2 Creating and Customizing Menus;
26.3 Creating and Customizing Forms;
Chapter 27: Automating Your Work with Macros;
27.1 Understanding Macros;
27.2 Creating Macros;
27.3 Running Macros;
Chapter 28: Standardizing Projects Using Templates;
28.1 Understanding the Template Types;
28.2 Working with the Project Global Template;
28.3 Working with Project Templates;
28.4 Closing a Project;
Chapter 29: Managing Project Files;
29.1 Opening Project Files;
29.2 Saving Files;
29.3 Saving and Opening with Different File Formats;
29.4 Safeguarding Your Project Files;
Installing Microsoft Office Project 2007;
Setting Up Project Standard or Project Professional 2007;
Understanding Issues for Project Server 2007 Setup;
Online Resources for Microsoft Project;
Microsoft-Sponsored Resources;
Independent Resources;
Keyboard Shortcuts;
Index to Troubleshooting Topics;
About the Authors;

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  • Anonymous

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    Beats the Project Bible

    I recently had to study up on Project 2007 so that I could teach it to others. For Project 2003 my go-to book was the MS Project Bible so my first action was to buy the 2007 version. I bought Inside Out for good measure but soon found myself referring to Inside Out far more than the Bible. It gives great detail and is definitely a better value. Have found my new go-to book in Inside Out.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2008

    A great tool for anyone involved with microsoft project

    I have been teaching project management for years for various universities and corporations. That is I used microsoft project a lot to support my teaching. Until I decided to take my microsoft project and project server certifications, I never really considered buying a Microsoft Press Book. I did it, read it, and discovered many features I did not know existed. So, the experience is a real treat.

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