Brian Kennemer has been working with and supporting Microsoft Project since 1997. In 1998, Microsoft awarded him the recognition of Most Valued Professional (MVP) for his work in the Microsoft newsgroups that support Project. Brian currently works for QuantumPM (http://www.quantumpm.com) as a Project Server Specialist, where he consults with customers on the deployment, installation, and configuration of Microsoft Project Server. Through QuantumPM, he has been consulting with the Microsoft Project development team creating deployment documentation and training materials for Project Server 2002 and 2003. Brian is the technical editor of seven books on Microsoft Project, including the last three versions of Que's Special Edition Using Microsoft Project. Prior to working with QuantumPM, Brian was a support lead, program manager, and project manager for Pacific Edge Software (http://www.pacificedge.com), a company that develops project portfolio management software. In his free time, Brian also writes about Project- and Project Server-related topics on his weblog at http://www.projectified.com. Brian lives on a small farm north of Seattle, Washington, with his beautiful wife Alicia and their wonderful kids Riley, Jesse, and Alivia.
Show Me! Microsoft Office Project 2003by Brian Kennemer
Show Me Microsoft Office Project 2003 covers all the most important Project tasks using clear, step-by-step instructions, and is illustrated with hundreds of helpful screenshots. This easy-to-use book includes Show Me Live! Software that shows you how to perform everyday tasks and helps you gain real-world project experience. Other features include PM Focus/i>
Show Me Microsoft Office Project 2003 covers all the most important Project tasks using clear, step-by-step instructions, and is illustrated with hundreds of helpful screenshots. This easy-to-use book includes Show Me Live! Software that shows you how to perform everyday tasks and helps you gain real-world project experience. Other features include PM Focus, a full sidebar page with project management related information explaining when and why you might use a particular Project function.
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.
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