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Microsoft Project 2013 :Training for Beginners (New)

Become familiar with Microsoft project 2013 software that allows users to manage projects efficiently

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  •   Lectures: 69
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  •   Videos: 5 hours
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  •   Level: All
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  •   Language: English
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  •   Last Updated: 07/2017

  • Instructor : Eduonix Learning Solutions

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Organization is important but it isn’t always the easiest. Having to note and create a custom list based on each task that you compile can be a difficult task. This is why Microsoft has created its range of Project managers that allow users to create a customized list of tasks and easily manage it.

Microsoft Project 2013 is a project management software that allows you to plan and manage complex projects easily and efficiently. If you want to be more productive, but spend less time organizing your projects, then Microsoft is a great way to do just that. No more hours of lists and organization techniques, this is simple and allows you get your work done more efficiently.

The best part about Microsoft Project is the added features that it comes with it such as templates, charts, reports, etc. So, you don’t have to manually calculate anything, rather the software does it for you.

If you want to master this amazing software, then we have the perfect course for you!

This Microsoft Project tutorial has been designed as an easy to learn basic training course to help you become familiar with the software and integrate it with your own work. The course will breakdown MS Project in a simple step-by-step manner that will take you on the journey of mastering this software.

The course has been designed for newbies, assuming that they have never worked with this tool prior to this course. The videos are also kept short and interactive to keep the learners interested, and not get bored by the technical aspects of this software.

This Microsoft Project 2013 tutorial includes topics such as task creation, types of predecessors, general features, recurring tasks, milestones, task calendar, critical tasks and so much more.

Enroll Now and become a master at organization!

1 Microsoft Project 2013 - Introduction    
2 Microsoft Project 2013 - Task creation
3 Microsoft Project 2013 - Predecessors
4 Microsoft Project 2013 - Types of Predecessors
5 Microsoft Project 2013 - General Options I    
6 Microsoft Project 2013 - General Options II
7 Microsoft Project 2013 - Work Breakdown Structure
8 Microsoft Project 2013 - Work Breakdown Structure Naming Convention    
9 Microsoft Project 2013 - Recurring Tasks
10 Microsoft Project 2013 - Creation of Calendar    
11 Microsoft Project 2013 - Assigning of Calendar
12 Creation and Assigning of Task Calendar
13 Microsoft Project 2013 - Partial Predecessors
14 Microsoft Project 2013 - Critical Tasks
15 Microsoft Project 2013 - Status Bar
16 Microsoft Project 2013 - Project Information Tool
17 Microsoft Project 2013 - Contextual Menu    
18 Microsoft Project 2013 - Milestone and Estimated Tasks
19 Microsoft Project 2013 - Opening and Closing of Project
20 Microsoft Project 2013 - Notes    
21 Microsoft Project 2013 - Mini Tool Bar
22 Microsoft Project 2013 - Early Start & Early Finish and Late Start & Late Finish
23 Microsoft Project 2013 - Slack
24 Microsoft Project 2013 - Task Constraints
25 Microsoft Project 2013 - Task Constraints 2
26 Microsoft Project 2013 - Task Constraints 3
27 Microsoft Project 2013 - Link Unlink Tasks
28 Microsoft Project 2013 - Activate Inactivate Tasks    
29 Microsoft Project 2013 - Sharepoint Sync
30 Microsoft Project 2013 - Use of Templates
31 Microsoft Project 2013 - Moving Tasks
32 Microsoft Project 2013 - Timeline
33 Microsoft Project 2013 - Defining Resources    
34 Microsoft Project 2013 - Assigning Resources
35 Microsoft Project 2013 - Resource Calendar
36 Microsoft Project 2013 - Project Baseline
37 Microsoft Project 2013 - Cost
38 Microsoft Project 2013 - Update Project Progress
39 Microsoft Project 2013 - Project Tracking
40 Microsoft Project 2013 - Earned Value Analysis
41 Microsoft Project 2013 - Earned Value Analysis - II
42 Microsoft Project 2013 - Update Task - I
43 Microsoft Project 2013 - Update Tasks - II
44 Microsoft Project 2013 - Update Tasks - III
45 Microsoft Project 2013 - Cost Analysis
46 Microsoft Project 2013 - Resource Analysis
47 Microsoft Project 2013 - Resource Leveling - I
48 Microsoft Project 2013 - Resource Leveling - II
49 Microsoft Project 2013 - Task Inspector - I
50 Microsoft Project 2013 - Task Inspector - II
51 Microsoft Project 2013 - Slippage
52 Microsoft Project 2013 - Filtering
53 Microsoft Project 2013 - Grouping
54 Microsoft Project 2013 - Highlightling
55 Microsoft Project 2013 - Earned Value Analysis III
56 Microsoft Project 2013 - Calendar Gantt chart and Network Diagram View
57 Microsoft Project 2013 - Resource Graph and Name form view
58 Microsoft Project 2013 - Use of Tables
59 Microsoft Project 2013 - Resource sheet Usage and Form View
60 Microsoft Project 2013 - Team Planner Timeline and Gantt View
61 Microsoft Project 2013 - Task Usage Form and Sheet Views
62 Microsoft Project 2013 - Cost Reports
63 Microsoft Project 2013 - New Chart Reports
64 Microsoft Project 2013 - New Table Report
65 Microsoft Project 2013 - New Comparison Report
66 Microsoft Project 2013 - Resource Reports
67 Microsoft Project 2013 - In - Progress Report
68 Microsoft Project 2013 - Report Organizer
69 Microsoft Project 2013 - Project Help