Microsoft Project Beginners 2019 | Packt | 2.26 GB
Learn The MS Project Workspace, the Ribbon, help, and Project options To navigate project calendars, timelines and critical paths How to set-up tasks and dependencies between them, including lag and lead times Managing project costs, leveling, and how to resolve resource over-allocation Project security and saving and protecting Project files Useful techniques for tracing task paths to simplify unruly Gantt charts Setting up baselines and interim plans How to work with costs and deadlines and overcome scheduling issues To save your project as a template for future projects About This course starts right at the very beginning. It doesn’t assume you know anything about Microsoft Project, so beginners will feel right at home. The first video lesson introduces you to the software. You’ll learn how to get your own copy of Project 2019 and see what’s new in version 2019.
The second chapter covers the basics you need to begin using Project 2019. It looks at creating a Workspace and using toolbars, ribbons, and the Status Bar. As you move on, you’ll learn how to use task basics and project options. We then dive into the various aspects of managing a project including setting up your timeline and Gantt chart.
As things get more advanced, we start to look at tracking costs, tracking the project, budgeting, and reporting. Each topic is explained with its own professional video that shows you in detail how to properly use the function. After the completion of the course, you’ll have a comprehensive grounding in MS Project 2019
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Features Discover how to work with costs, deadlines, and overcome scheduling issues Learn about resource allocation and leveling Learn how to measure a project against a baseline project Learn to use safeguards and restrictions Master interim plans and baselines Learn how to save your project as a template for future projects