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Tuesday, 23 Oct 2018

Microsoft Project 98 - Intermediate

Course Objectives

This one day course builds on the fundamentals of project management using Microsoft Project, covering the more advanced features of the application.

Who Should Attend?

Users of Microsoft Project who want to take a lead role in using this application as the main tool for tracking a project or combined projects. Previous experience of using Microsoft Project at an introductory level will be assumed. Delegates with no previous experience of Microsoft Project should first attend our "An Introduction to Microsoft Project" Course.

Course Contents

Display Data and Cost Factors.

  • Using Gantt Charts
  • View the Gantt Chart
  • Using PERT Charts
  • View the PERT Chart
  • More About Tables
  • Applying Filters
  • Customising Filters
  • Working with Tables and Filters
  • Examining the Cost Factors
  • View the Cost Factors

Printing and Reporting.

  • Page Setup
  • Check the Settings for the Gantt Chart
  • Print the Gantt Chart
  • Printing Charts, Forms and Sheets
  • Reports
  • Setup Printing Reports
  • What you can Print
  • Check the Reports Available
  • Print a Report
  • Reports by Report Type

Updating the Project.

  • The Task Information Form
  • Updating Task Data
  • Adding New Tasks
  • Tracking Progress
  • The Critical Path
  • Modifying the Project to Match Resources
  • Define an Update Point
  • Updating the Project
  • Check the Timescale
  • Check the Resources
  • Making Changes to Meet Project Completion Criteria

Multiple Projects.

  • Using Common Resources
  • Set up a Resource Project
  • Adding Sub Projects
  • Create and Add a Sub Project
  • Consolidating Projects
  • Consolidate Relevant Projects
  • Recurring Tasks
  • Create a custom button to Show the Organizer

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