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Microsoft Project 2007 Introduction

Audience: This Project 2007 Introduction course is for those who are a new user, or if you have some knowledge of Project and wish to understand of how to get the best out of the application.

Course Duration: 1 day(1)

Course Types: Group bookings, public courses , 1-2-1 sessions, bespoke tailored courses and Saturday club.

Course Location: This Microsoft Project 2007 Introduction training course is delivered at our training centre in London situated close to Liverpool Street station; training can also be delivered at your offices. Tailored course content can be customised to meet your specific requirements, with scheduled dates to suit you.


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After completing this course, students will be able to:
    • Open and close Project plans
    • Modify the Project calendar
    • Create a Project Plan
    • Enter tasks
    • Task durations
    • Link tasks
    • Enter and assign resources
    • Understand resource over-allocations
    • Level a Project plan
    • Set the Project baseline
    • Use the tracking toolbar

  • Course Outline
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    Module 1: Getting Started
    • Introduction to Microsoft Project
    • Project terminology
    • What is the Critical path?
    • Use of baselines
    • Defining the Project goals
    Module 2: The Basics
    • Opening and closing a Project plan
    • Navigating the Project window
    • Working with the ribbon
    • The Project guide
    Module 3: Creating a Project
    • Set the Project start date
    • Working with the Project's calendars
    • Difference between individual and the Project calendars
    • Entering non-working time
    • Project properties
    • Saving a Project
    Module 4: Entering and Editing Tasks
    • Entering Tasks
    • Delete and multiple Undo’s
    • Entering task durations
    • Adding milestones
    • Reordering tasks
    • Inserting and deleting tasks
    • Creating summary tasks (Outlining and WBS)
    • Adding outline numbers and Project summary task
    • Task priorities
    • Task notes
    Module 5: Linking Tasks
    • Understanding the types of links (relationships) between tasks
    • Linking Tasks
    • Modifying task relationships
    • Entering lead and lag times
    • Split tasks
    • Difference between deadlines and constraints
    • Set a deadline
    • Discuss types of constraints
    • Setting constraints
    Module 6: Resourcing the Project Plan
    • Introducing the types of resources
    • Adding resources
    • Modifying the resource types
    • Assigning resources to tasks
    Module 7: Additional Resource Techniques
    • Resource over-allocations
    • Viewing resource assignments and finding over-allocations
    • Resource leveling
    • Viewing the Project critical path
    • Introduction to the team planner
    Module 8: Setting a Baseline and Introduction to Tracking
    • When to set a baseline
    • Set a baseline
    • Clear a baseline
    • Add additional task to an existing baseline
    • Overview of the tracking toolbar

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