Project 2007 Level 2

1 Day Course
Hands On
Official Microsoft Curriculum
Code DPR07L2

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Scheduled Online Onsite

Overview

Microsoft® Project 2007: Level 2 is the second course in the Microsoft Project 2007 series. In Microsoft® Project 2007: Level 1, you used your project management skills to create a complete project plan. The plans need to be updated and modified regularly to keep the project moving on track. This course will build upon the knowledge gained, and give you the opportunity to work with a project plan once it reaches the project implementation phase.

Objectives

On completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Exchange project plan data with other applications
  • Update a project plan
  • Manage project costs
  • Report project data visually
  • Reuse project plan information

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Exchanging Project Plan Data with Other Applications (3 topics)

  • Import Project Information
  • Export Project Plan Data into Excel
  • Copy a Picture of the Project Plan Information

Updating a Project Plan (8 topics)

  • Enter Task Progress
  • Enter Overtime Work
  • Split a Task
  • Reschedule a Task
  • Filter Tasks
  • Set an Interim Plan
  • Create a Custom Table
  • Create a Custom Report

Managing Project Costs (3 topics)

  • Update Cost Rate Tables
  • Group Costs
  • Link Documents to a Project Plan

Reporting Project Data Visually (3 topics)

  • Create a Visual Report
  • Customize a Visual Report
  • Create a Visual Report Template

Reusing Project Plan Information (6 topics)

  • Create a Project Plan Template
  • Create a Custom View
  • Make Custom Views Available to Other Project
  • Plans
  • Share Resources
  • Create a Master Project

Prerequisites

Those enrolling in this class should have: - An understanding of project management concepts - Knowledge of a Windows operating system, XP or Vista - Microsoft Office Project 2007: Level 1 - Knowledge of Microsoft Office 2007 applications would also be helpful

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