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Microsoft Project 2013 Plain & Simple Język: 2

978-0-7356-7199-7

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Autor Ben Howard
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Wydawnictwo Microsoft Press
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Data_Wydania 2013-06-07

Microsoft

Project 2013

Plain & Simple

Get the full-color, visual guide that makes learning Microsoft Project 2013 plain and simple! Follow the book’s easy steps and screenshots and clear, concise language to learn the simplest ways to effectively manage all your projects.

Here’s WHAT you’ll learn:

  • Develop a project plan and schedule resources
  • Pull together your team and plan their assignments
  • Understand dependencies and mitigate risks
  • Stay on top of progress, delays, and costs
  • Make adjustments and updates quickly
  • Communicate with clear, customized reports

Here’s HOW you’ll learn it:

  • Jump in wherever you need answers
  • Follow easy STEPS and SCREENSHOTS to see exactly what to do
  • Get handy TIPS for new techniques and shortcuts
  • Use TRY THIS! exercises to apply what you learn right away
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  1. Chapter 1 About this book

    1. No computerese!

    2. A quick overview

    3. A few assumptions

    4. What’s new in Project 2013?

    5. Using a touch-enabled system

    6. A final few words

  2. Chapter 2 Getting started with Project 2013

    1. Understanding Project terminology

    2. Understanding how tasks and resources relate to each other

    3. Navigating Microsoft Project

    4. Understanding the Backstage view

    5. Adding commands to the ribbon

    6. Collapsing and pinning the ribbon

    7. Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar

    8. Understanding views, tables, filters, and groups

    9. Selecting a different view

    10. Displaying the View Bar

    11. Displaying a different table

    12. Selecting a different filter

    13. Selecting a different group

    14. Working with and inserting columns in a table

    15. Hiding a column

    16. Moving a column

    17. Resizing a column

    18. Saving a modified view

    19. Displaying the Project Summary Task

  3. Chapter 3 Getting the Project basics right

    1. Assigning a different calendar as the Project Calendar

    2. Setting the calendar’s working week

    3. Defining public and organizational holidays

    4. Defining the calendar options

    5. Entering the project start date

    6. Setting the project properties and basic options

    7. Setting the project currency

    8. Changing the default view and date format

    9. Saving the project to a local drive

    10. Saving the project to SkyDrive

    11. Saving the project to Project Server 2013 or Project Online

    12. Saving and synchronizing the project to SharePoint 2013

  4. Chapter 4 Creating and modifying tasks

    1. Understanding and setting the schedule mode

    2. Entering tasks

    3. Indenting tasks

    4. Outdenting tasks

    5. Inserting new tasks into the schedule

    6. Moving tasks around the schedule

    7. Moving summary tasks around the schedule

    8. Deleting tasks

  5. Chapter 5 Setting estimates

    1. Entering duration estimates for detail tasks

    2. Entering duration estimates for summary tasks

    3. Entering work estimates

    4. Marking tasks that need an estimation review

  6. Chapter 6 Linking the tasks

    1. Linking dependent tasks

    2. Changing the dependency type

    3. Unlinking tasks

    4. Adding a lag or lead time to a dependency

    5. Displaying task paths

  7. Chapter 7 Assigning and managing resources

    1. Creating work resources quickly in the Gantt Chart view

    2. Creating resources using the Resource Sheet

    3. Modifying resources

    4. Changing the maximum units for a resource

    5. Changing a resource’s working day

    6. Entering resource holidays

    7. Assigning a single work resource to a task

    8. Assigning multiple work resources to a task

    9. Adjusting the work, duration, and assignment units for a task

    10. Assigning material resources to a task

    11. Assigning cost resources to a task

    12. Resolving overallocated resources using the Task Inspector

    13. Resolving overallocated resources using the Team Planner

    14. Deleting resources

  8. Chapter 8 Adding external dependencies and deadlines

    1. Adding a deadline to a task

    2. Changing a start or finish date for manually scheduled tasks

    3. Adding external dependencies for auto scheduled tasks

    4. Adding a specific calendar to a task

    5. Planning for tasks that might not happen!

  9. Chapter 9 Communicating the plan

    1. Formatting the table area

    2. Formatting individual bars or a selection of bars

    3. Formatting all the bars at once

    4. Viewing the Task Path

    5. Displaying the critical path

    6. Showing and hiding dependency links

    7. Viewing and printing the Project Overview report

    8. Viewing and copying burndown reports

    9. Printing the project schedule

    10. Using Visual Reports

    11. Using the Timeline view

    12. Formatting the Timeline view

    13. Copying the Timeline view to other applications

    14. Printing the Timeline view

    15. Sharing the plan using SharePoint

    16. Synchronizing with a SharePoint task list

    17. Emailing the project schedule

  10. Chapter 10 Updating and replanning

    1. Setting a baseline

    2. Clearing a baseline

    3. Updating an existing baseline

    4. Rescheduling the entire plan to start on a new date

    5. Updating %Complete for individual tasks

    6. Updating %Work Complete for specific tasks

    7. Setting and displaying the Status Date

    8. Updating %Complete for the entire project at once

    9. Updating tasks with Actual Start, Actual Duration, and Remaining Duration

    10. Updating tasks with actual work done per period and remaining work

    11. Rescheduling uncompleted work to a future date

    12. Moving tasks forward or backward in the schedule

    13. Amending remaining duration and work estimates

  11. Chapter 11 Closing the project

    1. Setting any remaining duration or work to zero

    2. Setting milestones to 100% complete

    3. Inactivating unnecessary tasks

    4. Comparing the final schedule to the baseline

    5. Comparing different project versions

    6. Saving a plan as a template

  1. Appendix About the Author

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