Project 2010 Intermediate
Microsoft Office Project 2010 is one of the most popular scheduling and project management programs on the market. This new version of Project incorporates the ribbon interface with familiar project management tools, such as task lists, resource sheets, Gantt Charts, and network diagrams, to provide an easy-to-use project management experience.
This Intermediate level is intended to help users who are familiar with Project use some of the application’s more complex project planning tools. This manual will also help more experienced users with the ribbon interface and new features added to Project 2010, such as the Timeline.
This manual will cover how to work with Project files, including tasks, resources, linking, and much more. By the end of this manual, users should be comfortable creating a basic project file from scratch, or editing an existing project.
This manual was created using Microsoft Project 2010 Professional. Our test machine was a 64-bit system running Windows 7 Business Professional. If you are an instructor, you can use any version of Windows that is accessible to your students. Any feature specific to Windows 7 in this manual will be marked as such.
Occasionally, this manual may reference where certain keys are on the keyboard (such as Insert, Home, or Page Up). The directions are given based on a standard desktop keyboard that contains a separate number pad. Laptop keyboards may be different or have combined keys.
This manual presumes that the user has a basic knowledge of Windows, including concepts such as using the mouse and keyboard. It also presumes that the user has completed the Foundation level of this course (or has equivalent knowledge) and is familiar with concepts such as using the ribbon interface, creating a basic project, populating a project with tasks and resources, performing basic formatting tasks, and viewing project information in different ways.
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