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The book is perfect for the advanced beginner to intermediate user who has limited experience with Project and who wants to learn through a highly visual, less text extensive approach. Because it is a task-based reference, it is also great for previous version users who want to quickly get up to speed on a new version.
|1||Introduction to the project interface||5|
|3||Working with project options||31|
|4||Entering and working with tasks||53|
|5||Working with dependencies and constraints||73|
|7||Working with resource assignments||99|
|8||Dealing with resource overallocations||121|
|9||Working with custom fields||141|
|10||Formatting and creating views||161|
|11||Tracking progress on your project||193|
|12||Reporting on your project||225|
Posted September 25, 2004
Brian did a GREAT job showing the key features of MS Project 2003. I really like the step-by-step descriptions and illustrated features. The author also does a great job of simplifying more advanced features that I will now use every day.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.