Certificate In Project 2010 Expert Online Course

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Manage Like A Pro With Project 2010 Expert! You will learn how to use the advanced features of Project 2010. This course is designed to go beyond a basic understanding and to explore the more advanced features of Project 2010 in a practical way. This course incorporates a hands-on approach to learning. You will get a chance to practice some of the advanced features right on a computer.
Project 2010 has been completely redesigned, and we must say, we're pretty excited! You will be covering some of the more advanced tasks like working with custom fields, in-depth resource management, and performance measurements. By the end of this course, you will be able to: Set general, display, calendar, schedule, proofing, saving, and language options Customize the Ribbon and the Quick Access Toolbar Set defaults for task types and assignment units Create a template from a completed project Use existing projects, Microsoft SharePoint task lists, and Excel Workbooks to create projects Understand types of custom fields Create custom task, resource, and project fields Use a lookup table Create basic formulas Determining graphical indicator criteria Display a summary task Rearrange tasks Create manually scheduled tasks Remove a resource assignment Resolve resource conflicts Move task assignments from one resource to another Print a report of resource information Add resources to the Enterprise Resource Pool Import and Export Resource data Modify Resource Information in the Resource center View Resource availability across multiple projects Roll up tasks in the Team Planner Format and use styles in the Team Planner Prevent Allocations Show and Hide Team Planner information Review differences between planned scheduled, and actual work Find slack in the schedule Compare two versions of a project Calculate earned value analysis Understand options for sharing information Copy a .GIF image of your plan Publish...

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Requisitos: Entry requirements Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills. Minimum education Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course. Computer requirements Students will need access to a computer and the internet. For students who do not have access to either a computer or the internet. Minimum specifications for the computer are: Windows: ...

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Module One: Getting Started

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Set general, display, calendar, schedule, proofing, saving, and language options
  • Customize the Ribbon and the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Set defaults for task types and assignment units
  • Create a template from a completed project
  • Use existing projects, Microsoft SharePoint task lists, and Excel Workbooks to create projects
  • Understand types of custom fields
  • Create custom task, resource, and project fields
  • Use a lookup table
  • Create basic formulas
  • Determining graphical indicator criteria
  • Display a summary task
  • Rearrange tasks
  • Create manually scheduled tasks
  • Remove a resource assignment
  • Resolve resource conflicts
  • Move task assignments from one resource to another
  • Print a report of resource information
  • Add resources to the Enterprise Resource Pool
  • Import and Export Resource data
  • Modify Resource Information in the Resource center
  • View Resource availability across multiple projects
  • Roll up tasks in the Team Planner
  • Format and use styles in the Team Planner
  • Prevent Allocations
  • Show and Hide Team Planner information
  • Review differences between planned scheduled, and actual work
  • Find slack in the schedule
  • Compare two versions of a project
  • Calculate earned value analysis
  • Understand options for sharing information
  • Copy a .GIF image of your plan
  • Publish your plan to a SharePoint list
  • Attach documents and hyperlinks to your project
  • Print a date range

Module Two: Working with the Project Environment (I)

  • Lesson One: Setting General and Display Options
  • Lesson Two: Setting Calendar and Schedule Options
  • Lesson Three: Setting Proofing, Saving, and Language Options
  • Lesson Four: Setting Advanced Options

Module Three: Working with the Project Environment (II)

  • Lesson One: Customizing the Ribbon
  • Lesson Two: Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Lesson Three: Setting Default Task Types
  • Lesson Four: Changing the Default Assignment Unit Format

Module Four:  Templates and Other New Project Time Savers

  • Lesson One: Creating a Template from a Completed Project
  • Lesson Two: Creating a Project from an Existing Project
  • Lesson Three: Creating a Project from a Microsoft SharePoint Task List
  • Lesson Four: Creating a Project from a Microsoft Excel Workbook

Module Five: Working with Custom Fields

  • Lesson One: About Custom Field Types
  • Lesson Two: Creating a Custom Field
  • Lesson Three: Using a Lookup Table
  • Lesson Four: Creating  Basic Formulas
  • Lesson Five: Determining Graphical Indicator Criteria
  • Lesson Six: Importing a Custom Field
  • Lesson Seven: Inserting a Custom Field

Module Six: Working with Tasks

  • Lesson One: Displaying the Project Summary on a New Project
  • Lesson Two: Creating Milestones
  • Lesson Three: Rearranging Tasks
  • Lesson Four: Cancelling an Unneeded Task
  • Lesson Five: Creating Manually Scheduled Tasks
  • Lesson Six: Creating a Recurring Task

Module Seven: Working with Rresources (I)

  • Lesson One: Removing a Resource Assignment
  • Lesson Two: Replacing a Resource Assignment
  • Lesson Three: Managing Unassigned Tasks
  • Lesson Four: Resolving Resource Conflicts
  • Lesson Five: Printing a View or Report of Resource Information

Module Eight: Working with Resources (II)

  • Lesson One: Adding Resources to the Enterprise Pool
  • Lesson Two: Exporting Resource Daa
  • Lesson Three: Importing Resource Data
  • Lesson Four: Modifying Resource Information in the Resource Center
  • Lesson Five: Viewing Availability Across Multiple Projects

Module Nine: Using the Team Planner

  • Lesson One: Rolling Up Tasks
  • Lesson Two: Working with Gridlines
  • Lesson Three: Changing Text Styles
  • Lesson Four: Changing Task Fill and Border Colors
  • Lesson Five: Preventing Over Allocations
  • Lesson Six: Showing and Hiding Information

Module Ten: Managing Rists and Measuring Performance

  • Lesson One: Reviewing Differences Between Planned, Scheduled, and Actual Work
  • Lesson Two: Finding Slack in the Schedule
  • Lesson Three: Comparing Two Versions of a Project
  • Lesson Four: Calculating Earned Value Analysis

Module Eleven: Communicating Project Information

  • Lesson One: About Sharing Information
  • Lesson Two: Copying a .GIF Image of Your Plan
  • Lesson Three: Publishing a Project to a SharePoint List
  • Lesson Four: Attaching Documents
  • Lesson Five: Inserting Hyperlinks
  • Lesson Six: Printing Based on a Date Range

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Words from the Wise

  • “If you spend lots of time in Project, take the time to customize the environment so that it works for you.”
  • “Use successful projects as a template to jump start your next project.”
  • “Work with SharePoint to sync your tasks lists so that everyone in your organization can stay up to date on tasks and scheduling.”
  • “Use custom fields to include the information you need for your project.”
  • “Use Project Summary Tasks and milestones to get a quick glimpse of your project.”
  • “You can remove or replace resources if needed.”
  • “Make use of resource pools and the enterprise resource pool to capture information about shared resources.”
  • “Format the Team Planner so that it is very easy to distinguish different types of information.”
  • “Make your schedule work for you by reviewing differences as your project changes. Find the slack in your schedule if tasks slip.”
  • “Calculate the Earned Value analysis to measure project performance.”
  • “There are a variety of ways to communicate project information. Don’t worry if the people who need to see the information don’t have Project 2010.”