Make the most of Project 2013awithout becoming a technical expert! This book is the fastest way to take control of Project 2013, and use it to efficiently manage every phase of your project, from up-front planning through project completion and post-mortems. Even if youave never used Microsoft Project before, this book will show you how to do what you want, one incredibly clear and easy step at a time. Project 2013 has never, ever been this simple! Who knew how simple ProjectAr 2013 could be? This is the easiest, most practical beginneras guide to running real projects with Project 2013ab simple, reliable instructions for doing everything you really want to do! Hereas a small sample of what youall learn: ac Master todayas best project management techniques ac Use Project 2013 to solve many key project management problems ac Master Projectas revamped interface, from Start screen to Backstage ac Leverage Project 2013as best new features in your day-to-day work ac Get comfortable with the Project Window and its powerful views ac Set up realistic project schedules and calendars ac Add new tasks, dependencies, and resources ac Create budgets, track costs, and quickly resolve cost overruns ac Smoothly reflect changes in your project ac Report on progress, from completed work to anticipated finish dates ac Strengthen decision-making with dashboards, plans, and timelines ac Streamline processes by integrating Project with SharePoint and Office ac Securely share project data with team participants and stakeholders ac Improve efficiency by customizing Projectas interface to your needs ac Coherently manage complex project portfolios ac Extend project management to smartphones, tablets, and the cloud Brian Kennemer, Microsoft MVP for Project and Project Server, has worked with Project since 1997. He served on the Microsoft Consulting Services Global Enterprise Project Management team for five years, and has helped several Microsoft Partners design and deploy Project Server-based systems. Sonia Atchison has worked with Microsoft Project since 1999. In 2006, she joined Microsoftas writing team, producing extensive help content, videos, and content for Office.com and TechNet.... 56-58 resources, assigning to, 73-76 scheduling, 50-54 engine, 50-51 formula, 52-54 setting calendar, 59 splitting, 77 subtasks, 60 summary, ... 10, 19, 20, 76 templates basic reports, 113 Office.com, 33 visual reports, 109 theme, Office, changing, 138 timeline, 10-11, 27-28 copying, ... WBS (work breakdown structure ) code creating, 64-66 outline numbers, 65-66 setting up, 66-68 Week Starts On optionanbsp;...
|Title||:||Project 2013 Absolute Beginner's Guide|
|Author||:||Brian Kennemer, Sonia Atchison|
|Publisher||:||Que Publishing - 2013-07-26|