Students will manage and customize project plans during the implementation stage of a project.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for a person who has an understanding of project management concepts, who has the basic skills to create and modify project plans using Microsoft Project 2010, and who needs to use Microsoft Project 2010 to manage and customize those plans through the implementation stage of a project.
Upon successful completion of this course, students 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.
Students enrolling in this class should have the following: A general introductory-level understanding of project management concepts. Courses that help fulfill this requirement include: Project Management Fundamentals (Second Edition). Basic end-user skills with any current Windows operating system. Courses that help fulfill this requirement include: Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional: Level 1 or Microsoft® Windows® Vista™: Level 1 or Microsoft® Windows® 7: Level 1.
1 - Exchanging Project Plan Data with Other Applications
- Import Project Information
- Export Project Plan Cost Data to an Excel Workbook
- Copy a Picture of the Project Plan Information
2 - Updating a Project Plan
- Enter Task Progress
- Enter Overtime Work
- Edit Tasks
- Reschedule a Task
- Filter Tasks
- Set an Interim Plan
- Create a Custom Table
- Create a Custom Field
3 - Managing Project Costs
- Update Cost Rate Tables
- Group Costs
- Link Documents to a Project Plan
4 - Reporting Project Data Visually
- Create a Visual Report
- Customize a Visual Report
- Create a Visual Report Template
5 - Reusing Project Plan Information
- Create a Project Plan Template
- Create a Custom View
- Make Custom Views Available to Other Project Plans
- Share Resources
- Create a Master Project