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Special Edition Using Microsoft Project 2002 gives you direct answers about how to put a project schedule together with this best-selling project management software. It's organized to follow the project cycle of initializing and developing a plan, implementing the plan, tracking and analyzing progress, adjusting to changes and unforeseen events, and preparing the final reports. You'll find step-by-step procedures for using Project's features, plus you'll get help with common problems.
Source code for the examples developed in the book - 2MB -- setup.exe
Database needed to work examples from the book - 9MB -- QUE_Example_DB.zip
I. GETTING STARTED WITH MICROSOFT PROJECT.1. The Power of Microsoft Project 2002.
II. SCHEDULING TASKS.5. Creating a Task List.
III. ASSIGNING RESOURCES AND COSTS.8. Defining Resources and Costs.
IV. REVIEWING AND DISTRIBUTING THE PROJECT.12. Reviewing the Project Plan.
V. TRACKING AND ANALYZING PROGRESS.14. Tracking Work on a Project.
VI. COORDINATING PROJECTS AND SHARING DATA.16. Working with Multiple Projects.
VII. USING AND CUSTOMIZING THE DISPLAY.19. Using the Standard Views, Tables, Filters, and Groups.
VIII. USING PROJECT SERVER AND PROJECT PROFESSIONAL.24. Managing Collaboration with Project Server.