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Macros

Ira Brown of Project Widgets presented the video on macros. He showed how to record a new macro and add a shortcut to the new ribbon as well as a bit on using Visual Basic code. Both new and existing users of Microsoft Project will find this video useful, because it demonstrates shortcuts that will…

View, Tables, Sorting, and Groups

Sam Huffman showed how easy it is to use the new view tab in Microsoft Project 2010. First he demonstrated how easy it is to access some newer views, such as tracking Gantt view and task entry view. He modeled taking a pre-existing view, like the original Gantt chart, adding custom fields to it, and…

Fluent User Interface, Project and Excel

Daniel Bell’s presentation starts with new user Microsoft Project 2010 interface and really helps to get a new user comfortable with navigating the menus. Most users will notice the change in the menu system first. Microsoft Project 2010 now uses the ribbon concept that was incorporated in other Office applications in its 2007 release. Dan…

Timeline View

The first video presentation for Microsoft Project 2010 is presented by Collin Quiring from Project Management Professionals (PMP)® Specialists. He starts by explaining the timeline view in Microsoft Project 2010 as well as the general idea behind it. The timeline is a way to present tasks for non-project users – that is, users who are…

Microsoft Project 2013 Essentials and Project Online

Certificate Series Directory Microsoft Project 2013 Essentials and Project Online Session 1: Getting Started with Project Management and the Microsoft Toolset What Is a Project? What Is Project Management? Who are Project Managers Key Goals & Challenges Facing Projects Tools, tools and more tools Session 2: Use Project Like a Pro 10 steps to mastering Microsoft Project…

Microsoft Project 2010/2007 Reporting Essentials

Certificate Series Directory Microsoft Project 2010/2007 Reporting  Essentials Level 1 – Basic Project reporting (2 hrs) Microsoft Project Reporting using Project Desktop and Office (Using Project desktop, Excel, PowerPoint, etc). Cover built in reports, getting data out of project, formatting reports – understanding what you can get out of the default tool. Selecting, Editing, and…

Are You Smarter than a PMP?

Part One Here is a challenge for you, in this article I will ask you perform a simple task, in the next I will provide the answer. Your organization wants to do resource capacity management. Your task is to open Microsoft Project 2010, create a single task for a “Status Meeting”, and if not in…

Microsoft Project 2010 Desktop Essentials

Certificate Series Directory Microsoft Project 2010 Desktop Essentials Synopsis: Are you ready to start using Microsoft Project 2010? This certificate course is for users of Microsoft Project Desktop who need to plan projects, track projects, and communicate effectively with the latest version of Microsoft Project 2010. Each session of the series is taught by an…

Microsoft Project Certification

Getting Started with Microsoft Project 2010

“Project 2010 has significant new capabilities across the full Project family of products: Project Standard 2010, Project Professional 2010, and Project Server 2010. With a new and intuitive user interface, unified project and portfolio management, and deeper interoperability with other Microsoft technologies like SharePoint, Exchange, and Visual Studio Team Foundation Server, [Project 2010] truly is…

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