MS Project 2013 Course Details

Microsoft Project, the project management software program by Microsoft, is a very handy tool for project managers that helps them develop a schedule, assign resources to tasks, track the progress, manage the budget, and analyze workloads for an ongoing project.


 Getting Started with Microsoft Project
• The Microsoft Project 00 Environment
• Display an Existing Project Plan in Different Views
 Creating a Project Plan
• Create a Project Plan
• Assign a Project Calendar
• Add Tasks to a Project Plan
• Enter the Task Duration Estimates
• Add Resources to a Project Plan
 Managing Tasks in a Project Plan
• Outline Tasks
• Link Dependent Tasks
• Set Task Constraints and Deadlines
• Add Notes to a Task
• Add a Recurring Task
 Managing Resources in a Project Plan
• Create a Resource Calendar
• Assign Resources to Tasks
• Enter Costs for Resources
• Resolve Resource Conflicts
 Finalizing the Project Plan
• Shorten the Project Using the Critical Path
• Set a Baseline
• Print a Project Summary Report
 Exchanging Project Plan Data with Other Applications
• Import Project Information
• Export Project Plan Cost Data into Excel
• Copy a Picture of the Project Plan Information
 Updating a Project Plan
• Update Task Progress
• Enter Overtime Work
• Edit Tasks
• Reschedule a Task
• Filter Tasks
• F Set an Interim Plan
• G Create a Custom Table
• H Create a Custom Field
• I Create a Custom Report
 Manage Project Costs
• Update Cost Rate Tables
• Group Costs
• Link Documents to a Project Plan
 Reporting Project Data Visually
• Create a Visual Report
• Customize a Visual Report
• Create a Visual Report Template
 Reusing Project Plan Information
• Create a Project Plan Template
• Create a Custom View
• Make Custom Views Available to Other Project Plans
• Share Resources
• Sync Project Information with SharePoint
• F Create a Master Project

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