You have already learnt how to create a task list with suitable dependencies, durations and how to assign and manage resources in Microsoft Project.
You will now see how to manage multiple projects side-by-side, share resources across projects, exchange project plan data with other applications via import and export, plus manage cost effectively. You will use some advanced tracking techniques to add progress to project plans, customise elements and reuse project plan information. Crucially you will see how to report on your project in and out of Microsoft Project.
This course is designed for a person who has an existing understanding of project management concepts, who already has the skills to create and modify project plans using Microsoft Project, and who needs to use Microsoft Project to further manage and customise those plans through the implementation stage of a project.
This course is suitable for anyone using Microsoft Project Standard or Professional, versions 2013, 2016, 2019 and/or the cloud hosted Project Online Desktop Client software. Users of Microsoft Project 2010 will notice significant differences around the reporting functionality as well as the look and feel.