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02 Juni 2012

ebook - Microsoft Project® 2010 Bible

Microsoft Project® 2010 Bible | Elaine Marmel | Wiley Publishing, Inc. | 2010 | English | 867 p | pdf | 17.53 MB | ISBN: 978-0-470-50131-3 | Why You Need This Book? Microsoft Project is a tool for implementing project management principles and practices that can help you succeed. That’s why this book provides not only the information about which buttons to press and where to type project dates but also the conceptual framework to make computerized project management work for you. How this book is designed. This book strives to offer real-world examples of projects from many industries and disciplines. You’ll see yourself and your own projects somewhere in this book. A wealth of tips and advice show you how to address, control, and overcome real-world constraints. The book is designed to work for you in two ways : (a.) As a tutorial. You can use Project 2010 Bible as a linear tool to learn Project — from the ground up. (b.) As a reference. You can use Project 2010 Bible as a linear tool to learn Project — from the ground up.
ebook - Microsoft Project® 2010 Bible
Book Title
:
Microsoft Project® 2010 Bible
Author
:
Elaine Marmel
Publisher
:
Wiley Publishing, Inc.
Year
:
2010
Language
:
English
Page
:
867 p
File Format
:
pdf
File Size
:
17.53 MB
Managing projects can be as exciting as scheduling the next space shuttle or as mundane as planning routine production-line maintenance. A project can be as rewarding as striking oil or as disastrous as the maiden voyage of the Titanic. Projects can have budgets of $5 or $5,000,000. One thing that all projects have in common, however, is their potential for success or failure — the promise that if you do it right, you’ll accomplish your goal.
Why You Need This Book
Microsoft Project is a tool for implementing project management principles and practices that can help you succeed. That’s why this book provides not only the information about which buttons to press and where to type project dates but also the conceptual framework to make computerized project management work for you.
How this book is designed
This book strives to offer real-world examples of projects from many industries and disciplines. You’ll see yourself and your own projects somewhere in this book. A wealth of tips and advice show you how to address, control, and overcome real-world constraints. The book is designed to work for you in two ways :
  • As a tutorial. You can use Project 2010 Bible as a linear tool to learn Project — from the ground up.
  • As a reference. You can use Project 2010 Bible as a linear tool to learn Project — from the ground up.
Either way, this book will enrich your Microsoft Project experience and make you a better project manager.
The Special Features of This Book
To help you maximize your use of this book, I’ve included many special features in its design and conception. The following sections show you how they work.
Formatting conventions
To streamline your learning experience, I’ve used the following formatting conventions:
  • Text you’re asked to type: When you’re asked to enter text into a Project schedule, for example, it appears in boldface.
  • When using the mouse: A click indicates a left mouse-button click and right-click indi-cates a right mouse-button click. Double-click designates two quick, uccessive clicks of the left mouse button.
  • Keystroke combinations: These look like this: Alt+Tab. Hold down the first key and, without letting it go, press the second key.
  • New terms: When a new term or concept is introduced, it appears in italics.
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Contents at a Glance
Table of Contents
The Missing Credits
Introduction
Part I: Project Management Basics
Chapter 1: The Nature of Projects
Chapter 2: Exploring the Microsoft Project Environment
Part II: Getting Your Project Going
Chapter 3: Creating a New Project
Chapter 4: Building Tasks
Chapter 5: Creating Resources and Assigning Costs
Part III: Getting Information about Projects
Chapter 6: Understanding the Basics of Views
Chapter 7: Using Views to Gain Perspective
Chapter 8: Modifying the Appearance of Your Project
Chapter 9: Reporting on Progress
Part IV: Refining Your Project
Chapter 10: Resolving Scheduling Problems
Chapter 11: Resolving Resource Problems
Part V: Tracking Your Progress
Chapter 12: Understanding Tracking
Chapter 13: Recording Actuals
Chapter 14: Ways to Review Progress
Chapter 15: Analyzing Financial Progress
Part VI: Advanced Microsoft Project
Chapter 16: Customizing Microsoft Project
Chapter 17: Using Macros to Speed Your Work
Chapter 18: Importing and Exporting Project Information
Part VII: Working in Groups
Chapter 19: Coordinating Multiple Projects Outside Project Server
Chapter 20: Preparing to Use Project Server
Chapter 21: Project Server and the Administrator
Chapter 22: Project Server and the Project Manager
Chapter 23: Project Server and the Day-to-Day User
Chapter 24: Project Server and the Executive
Part VIII: Appendices
Appendix A: What’s on the Web Site
Appendix B: Project Management Worksheet
Appendix C: Available Fields and Functions for Custom Field Formulas
Appendix D: Project Management Resources
Appendix E: Glossary
Index

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