Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1.5 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.
During this interactive introductory session to Microsoft Project 2010, learn how to get more done leveraging the following new features:
New User Interface
The Project 2010 user interface is redesigned and now uses the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface (UI). Introduced in the 2007 Microsoft Office system, the Fluent UI is designed to make it easier for people to find and use the full range of features that Office applications provide, and to preserve an uncluttered workspace.
Enhanced copy and paste
This feature lets users copy and paste content between Microsoft Office programs and Project 2010, and keep formatting, outline levels, and column headers.
Features similar to those in Microsoft Excel are available in Project 2010. This includes the following:
- Simplified adding of new columns. A user can click the Add New Column heading at the right end of a sheet view, and then type or select the name of a new or existing column. An existing column can also be quickly renamed by clicking its title and typing a different column name.
- Enhanced filter UI makes it easier for users to find tasks and resources.
- 32-bit color support and text wrapping enable users to create views that are similar to Excel reports.
Please feel free to bring your questions about these 2010 features to the session or post them to the MPUG discussion forum.
Daniel Bell PMP, MCT, MCP, MCTS, is the founder and Managing Partner of MS PROJECT NOW! MSPROJECTNOW! runs our business on Project Server 2010 and have completed several Project Server upgrades to Project Server 2010 beta. He has a strong background in enterprise project and portfolio management (EPM), specializing in the implementation of the Microsoft Project and Portfolio Server applications. In particular, he has been working with the Microsoft Project Portfolio Server application since it was first acquired from UMT by Microsoft and has some of the most complex portfolio server implementation experience in the United States. In addition Dan has extensive experience with database maintenance and design, systems architecture planning, networking technologies, and server operating systems, as well as experience building servers from the ground up. Dan enjoys balancing his work commitments with skiing, exercise, playing the guitar, and coaching members of youth sports.
Jacques Goupil, PMP, MCP, MCTS, is a managing partner at MS PROJECT NOW! MSPROJECTNOW! runs our business on Project Server 2010 and have completed several Project Server upgrades to Project Server 2010 beta. Jacques was recognized by MSFT for his blogs covering the Project Ignite 2010. He has over 11 years of professional experience in software design, implementation, and development in the Project Management area. He is an active member of the Project Management community serving as a board member of the Boston Chapter of the Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG). He has his Project Management Professional certification from PMI® and is Microsoft certified in Project Server 2003 and 2007 and is part of the Project 2010 beta. He is life-long trainer and consultant with a very strong background in project management, specializing in developing and improving Project Management processes for clients, and training. Jacques has considerable experience in creating and delivering instructor-led, PMI aligned, Project Management training in both the commercial and public arenas – including several speaking engagements, training sessions, webcasts, and sessions for both PMI and MPUG. In addition to his professional commitments, Jacques has found a work-life balance as an active volunteer with Operation Smile (and former chapter board member), enjoys traveling with his family, and training for marathons. Connect to his professional network.
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