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Microsoft Project 2000 - Foundation

Duration: 2 days
Provider: In Tuition
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This hands-on course is suitable for users who need to want to plan, monitor and communicate schedule details and explore the tools provided by Project 2000 (XP).

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Target Audience

New or inexperienced users of Microsoft Project 2000
Course Objectives

After completing this course, participants will be able to:
  • Prepare the planning environment and set preferences
  • Define and create a project structure using established techniques
  • Determine task relationships and constraints.
  • Allocate and manage resources
  • Analyse and adjust the critical path
  • Produce reports and charts

To fully benefit from the course, participants are expected to be familiar with Windows 95, Windows 98 or Windows NT 4 and have experience using both the keyboard and mouse. Some knowledge of other Office applications (such as Word, Excel or Access) is useful but not essential.
  • Introduction to Microsoft Project - fundamentals of Project Management; examining Microsoft Project
  • Starting a Project - overview of the planning process; defining Project information
  • Task relationships - linking tasks and observing the critical path; modifying task relationships; constraints
  • Outlining - organizing the task list into an outline; viewing levels of detail; using drawing tools
  • Adding and assigning resources - creating and assigning a base calendar; entering and assigning resources; working with project costs
  • Analyzing the Project - resolving time restrictions; resolving resource conflicts
  • Displaying Project data - exploring views; generating Project reports
  • Sorting and filtering data - sorting Project data; filtering Project data; creating custom filters

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