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Change Highlighting in Project 2010/2013 vs 2007

Change highlighting is beautiful, but there are times when you do not want to display it – when you want to print the view, for instance. Now, of course, you can just hit CTRL-S to save the schedule, and of course that removes any change highlighting. Of course this also clears the stack so that…

Webinar: Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices for Using Microsoft Project

Please log in above or start a free trial to view this video *Please note that the PMI® PDU credit for this session is not “mpugwebnlearn080911” as indicated in the video. The correct PDU is: mpugwebnlearn051711 Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is eligible for 1.5 PMI® PDU in the Technical…

Certificate Series: Microsoft Project 2010 Features Expert – Creating and Managing Views, Tables, Sorting, and Grouping

Please log in above or start a free trial to view this video Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle. Event Description: Are you ready to complete your tasks effectively using Microsoft Project 2010? This certificate course is for users…

Microsoft Project 2010 Feature Rally: The Ribbon

My favorite new feature is the Ribbon. Features that used to be hidden in a series of multi-step menus are now visible and organized by Tabs, which are easy-to-understand categories. Within each Tab are Group divisions to further organize features. Popular functions are represented by big icons, and features that used to be challenging are…

Tips and Tricks for Microsoft Project 2007: Creating Useful Custom Views

With the exception of Combination Views that consist of two Views in a split-screen arrangement, remember that Microsoft Office Project 2007 defines a View as: View = Table + Filter + Group + Screen In order to extract meaningful information from your projects, you may need to create your own custom View so that you…

Webinar: Using Graphical Indicators and Gantt Chart Views to Create Executive Level Reporting in Microsoft Project

Please log in above or start a free trial to view this video   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. Using Graphical Indicators and Gantt Chart Views to Create Executive Level Reporting in Microsoft Project…

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