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Have you ever wondered what is the best way to see which tasks are scheduled to take place next week across multiple projects? How can you group task data using specific resource fields? What is the easiest way to create a quick customized TimeLine report for project phases? How can you tell if your project ending date is really accurate? During this session, these questions and more will be answered. This session is designed to show you suggestions that you can apply to your schedules to enhance MS Project 2010/2013 immediate usage.
With over 20 years of corporate training experience, Ellen Lehnert, MVP, PMP, MCT, MCP, is a consultant/trainer for Microsoft Project and Microsoft Project Server. She’s author of “Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2010 Desktop courseware,”, technical editor and contributor for several MS Project reference books, and frequent meeting speaker. Ellen brings a unique combination of licensed teacher and programming background to the classes she teaches as well as process development, installations, and consulting. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or at LehnertCS.
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