Microsoft Project 2013: Training for Beginners (New)

What Will I Learn?
  • At the end of this course you will have a good working knowledge of MS Project basics. You will feel confident using Project and be able to define, schedule and monitor tasks using a variety of tools and views.
Requirements
  • Trainees need to Install Microsoft Project any version on Laptop, Desktop etc. They should have good pair of earphones, headphones to smoothly do through training
  Description

This tutorial for Microsoft Project 2013 covers all topics basic to advanced. Any Individual who is very new to this tool would be able to understand all the topics in a simple and easy language.

We have purposely kept short and less number of videos to give you clear understanding about the topic and to command this tool.

This course would be with you for lifetime. Happy Learning.

Who is the target audience?
  • All employees of organisations who engage in projects and who would benefit from having a detailed understanding of how projects are best planned, executed, monitored and controlled to ensure a successful outcome
  • Freshers looking for job, Student, Project Manager, Team Leader, Managers

Curriculum For This Course

Microsoft Project 2013: Training for Beginners
Microsoft Project 2013 – Introduction
Microsoft Project 2013 – Task creation
Microsoft Project 2013 – Predecessors
Microsoft Project 2013 – Types of Predecessors
Microsoft Project 2013 – General Options I
Microsoft Project 2013 – General Options II
Microsoft Project 2013 – Work Breakdown Structure
Microsoft Project 2013 – Work Breakdown Structure Naming Convention
Microsoft Project 2013 – Recurring Tasks
Microsoft Project 2013 – Creation of Calendar
Microsoft Project 2013 – Assigning of Calendar
Creation and Assigning of Task Calendar
Microsoft Project 2013 – Partial Predecessors
Microsoft Project 2013 – Critical Tasks
Microsoft Project 2013 – Status Bar
Microsoft Project 2013 – Project Information Tool
Microsoft Project 2013 – Contextual Menu
Microsoft Project 2013 – Milestone and Estimated Tasks
Microsoft Project 2013 – Opening and Closing of Project
Microsoft Project 2013 – Notes
Microsoft Project 2013 – Mini Tool Bar
Microsoft Project 2013 – Early Start & Early Finish and Late Start & Late Finish
Microsoft Project 2013 – Slack
Microsoft Project 2013 – Task Constraints
Microsoft Project 2013 – Task Constraints 2
Microsoft Project 2013 – Task Constraints 3
Microsoft Project 2013 – Link Unlink Tasks
Microsoft Project 2013 – Activate Inactivate Tasks
Microsoft Project 2013 – Sharepoint Sync
Microsoft Project 2013 – Use of Templates
Microsoft Project 2013 – Moving Tasks
Microsoft Project 2013 – Timeline
Microsoft Project 2013 – Defining Resources
Microsoft Project 2013 – Assigning Resources
Microsoft Project 2013 – Resource Calendar
Microsoft Project 2013 – Project Baseline
Microsoft Project 2013 – Cost
Microsoft Project 2013 – Update Project Progress
Microsoft Project 2013 – Project Tracking
Microsoft Project 2013 – Earned Value Analysis
Microsoft Project 2013 – Earned Value Analysis – II
Microsoft Project 2013 – Update Task – I
Microsoft Project 2013 – Update Tasks – II
Microsoft Project 2013 – Update Tasks – III
Microsoft Project 2013 – Cost Analysis
Microsoft Project 2013 – Resource Analysis
Microsoft Project 2013 – Resource Leveling – I
Microsoft Project 2013 – Resource Leveling – II
Microsoft Project 2013 – Task Inspector – I
Microsoft Project 2013 – Task Inspector – II
Microsoft Project 2013 – Slippage
Microsoft Project 2013 – Filtering
Microsoft Project 2013 – Grouping
Microsoft Project 2013 – Highlightling
Microsoft Project 2013 – Earned Value Analysis III
Microsoft Project 2013 – Calendar, Gantt chart and Network Diagram View
Microsoft Project 2013 – Resource Graph and Name form view
Microsoft Project 2013 – Use of Tables
Microsoft Project 2013 – Resource sheet, Usage and Form View
Microsoft Project 2013 – Team Planner, Timeline and Gantt View
Microsoft Project 2013 – Task Usage, Form and Sheet Views
Microsoft Project 2013 – Cost Reports
Microsoft Project 2013 – New Chart Reports
Microsoft Project 2013 – New Table Report
Microsoft Project 2013 – New Comparison Report
Microsoft Project 2013 – Resource Reports
Microsoft Project 2013 – In – Progress Report
Microsoft Project 2013 – Report Organizer
Microsoft Project 2013 – Project Help

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  • 5 hours, 24 minutes Hrs

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