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Microsoft Project 98/2000 Level 1

Duration: 1 day
Provider: WWP Training
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The course is intended to introduce users to the basic operations of Mircosoft Project

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 Perfomance Based Objectives
After participating in this programme, you will be able to:
• Create a baseline plan
• Track a project’s progress
• Manage resources
• Communicate project progress
• Work with consolidated projects and resource pools
Programme Developed For:
Users who have completed the Project 2002/2003 Level 1 Programme or have equivalent knowledge.
Programme Focus

Organising and analysing project information
• Sorting and grouping project information
• Creating a custom group option
• Applying a predefined filter and an autofilter to a view
• Creating a custom filter
• Applying a new table to a view
• Creating a custom table and a custom view
Tracking a project (part 1)
• Saving a baseline plan
• Updating a project schedule
• Comparing the actual and planned progress of a project
• Adding progress lines to a Gantt chart
• Additional methods for updating a project schedule
• Rescheduling uncompleted work
• Scheduling overtime work
• Additional project tracking topics
Tracking a project (part 2)
• Monitoring resource allocation
• Methods for resolving resource over-allocation problems
• Manually and automatically delaying tasks
• Displaying earned value analysis data
Communicating project information (part 1)
• Displaying a project schedule in calendar view
• Printing a view
• Modifying page setup options for a printout
• Enhancing the elements of a view
Communicating project information (part 2)
• Printing and editing a pre designed report
• Using a report template
Working with multiple projects
• Setting up a consolidated project
• Linking tasks across projects of a consolidated project
• Identifying all critical paths in a consolidated project
• Using and updating a resource pool at any time

Some experience in working with Microsoft Project is also required. In particular, you should be able to:
• Outline a task list
• Create deadlines and constraints
• Create the 4 types of dependencies:
• Finish-to-Start, Start-to-Start, Finish-to-Finish and Start-to-Finish
• Insert Lag & Lead time
• Create and assign Resources
• Be familiar with effort-driven calculation

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