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Webinar: Microsoft Project for the Beginning User – Learn From the MVP

 

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is not in the PMI® system. However, it is eligible for self-directed learning PMI® PDU credit.

Speakers: Bill Raymond

Event Description:

Have you been using Excel and e-mail to manage your projects? Or maybe you started using Microsoft Project and just don’t know where to get started? This is the session for you! Learn the basic fundamentals to creating and managing a project plan in Microsoft Project.

The following topics will be covered in this presentation:

1) Setting up your first Project and configuring default settings.
2) Adding tasks to a project.
3) Adding resources to your project and assigning them to tasks.
4) Creating a work breakdown structure (WBS) to link.
5) Updating your project plan.

Along the way, you will learn key tips and techniques such as how detailed the project should be, how to use and manage milestones and how to print your project plan.


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Written by Bill Raymond

Bill Raymond is an author, public speaker, trainer and consultant. While working in the product development, portfolio and project management markets, his personal objectives are to help organizations and individuals strategically plan and deliver business growth. Bill is committed to sharing best practices. Because of his commitment to the portfolio and project management community, he is the proud recipient of the prestigious Microsoft MVP award. Bill has also been honored with speaking awards from NASA and MPUG. Contact Bill through his website, Cambermast.

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