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Microsoft Office Project 2002 and 2003

Microsoft Office Project 2002 and 2003

ISBN: 978-0-470-06906-6

Oct 2006

407 pages

Select type: Spiral-bound paperback


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Easy to follow step by step lessons enable students to quickly and efficiently learn the features of Microsoft Project 2002 and Project 2003 and how to use them at home and in the workplace. This Microsoft Official Academic Course offers friendly, straightforward instruction with a focus on real-world business scenarios. A complete instructor support program is available with the text.

Related Resources

Course Overview.

Conventions And Features Used in this Book.

Using the CD-ROMs.

MOS Objectives.

Taking a Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Test.

Microsoft e-Learning Library.

Lesson 1 Entering and Organizing Tasks.

Lesson 2 Setting Up Resources.

Lesson 3 Assigning Resources to Tasks.

Lesson 4 Fine-Tuning Your Project Plan.

Lesson 5 Sorting, Grouping, and Filtering Project Information.

Lesson 6 Formatting Your Project Plan.

Lesson 7 Printing Project Information.

Lesson 8 Tracking Progress Against the Project Plan.

Lesson 9 Working With Multiple Projects.

Lesson 10 Using Microsoft Projects with Other Programs.

Lesson 11 Customizing Microsoft Project.

Lesson 12 Fine-Tuning Tasks.

Lesson 13 Fine-Tuning Resources.

Lesson 14 Optimizing Your Project Plan.

Lesson 15 Formatting Your Project Plan.

Lesson 16 Tracking Progress Against the Project Plan.

Lesson 17 Working with Resource Pools and Consolidated Projects.

Lesson 18 Customizing Microsoft Project.

Appendix A.



  • Interactive Simulations from the Microsoft eLearning Library augment each lesson in the text. Icons in the textbook let the students know when a procedure is covered in an e-training on the Student CD.
  • Comprehensive instructor support materials save you time without sacrificing a quality classroom experience. You’ll find the Brownstone test bank, Microsoft PowerPoint slides, and teaching tips and suggestions on the instructor CD and available from the Microsoft Learning Online Instructor Resource Center.
  • Step by Step methodology guides students through the basics and reinforces acquired skills as they progress through each unit. Cleary stated learning objectives, challenging task-oriented procedures and numerous real-world business scenarios help students understand how to use the technology in school, at home and on the job.