Microsoft Project 2003 For Dummies by Nancy Stevenson

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Synopsis

Check out case histories to see how Project works

Explore Project Server and use SharepointTM to manage projects in multiple locations

Did you know you’ve been managing projects ever since you tackled your first coloring book? Now both the projects and the problems are bigger, but if you manage to grab this book, you’ll discover easy ways to collect and track data, share resources, prepare budgets, develop reports, and make your projects successful with Project.

Discover how to: Build Project plans Set up calendar settings, task outlines, and timing relationships Assign resources Incorporate smaller projects into a master project Modify item formatting Integrate Project with Outlook®

All this on the bonus CD-ROM A selection of add-on tools and templates Case history examples Test preparation questions for the Project Management Institute (PMI) certification exam Milestones Project Companion® and Project KickStart trial versions Cobra, WBS Chart Pro, PERT Chart Expert, and TimeSheet Professional® demo versions

Note: The Kindle edition of this book does not include any CDs or DVDs.

 

About Nancy Stevenson

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Nancy Stevenson has written more than 40 books on topics from motivation to wireless technology. Nancy co-authored the Microsoft Project 98 Bible and a project-management textbook for college students. She’s a project management expert who has presented seminars for Fortune 500 companies.
 
Published February 23, 2011 by For Dummies. 408 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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