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Best Practices for Making Use of Formulas in Microsoft Project

 

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDUs in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.

 

Event Description:
Take your Microsoft Project plans to the next level by learning how to use formulas to compute key project information. Learn when a formula will work and when it won’t, plus practical tips on creating powerful formulae that are easy to build and maintain.

 

Presenter Info:
Safford Black is the founder and Chief Operating Officer of OnePager, the developers of plan communications software with the same name. OnePager is an add-on to Microsoft Project that turns project data into summary graphics in seconds. Safford has held various management positions in the technology industry for more than a decade and holds a BA in psychology and management from Rice University. Learn more about OnePager.

 


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Safford Black
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Safford Black is the founder and Chief Operating Officer of OnePager, the developers of plan communications software with the same name. OnePager is an add-on to Microsoft Project that turns project data into summary graphics in seconds. Safford has held various management positions in the technology industry for more than a decade and holds a BA in psychology and management from Rice University. Learn more about OnePager.

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