Take control of your projects with this in-depth guide
Whether you're managing a project for a small team or supervising a corporate assignment involving hundreds, the power of Microsoft Project 2007 and the detailed information in this comprehensive guide can keep you on track. From setting budgets to allocating resources to tracking results, each of the book's seven parts thoroughly focuses on key elements in a logical sequence so you can find what you need.
Identify your goals and the scope of your projects
Manage projects across organizations and multiple locations
Get the most out of Gantt charts and views
Assign tasks, check progress, and make adjustments
Issue interim reports and look at the Big Picture
Create a custom HTML page with VBA and VBScript
Import and export Project information
What's on the CD-ROM?
You'll find a wealth of trial versions, demo software, sample projects, and bonus appendixes on the CD-ROM, including
Milestones Professional® — Advanced formatting, calculation, Web publishing, and reporting features
Elaine Marmel is president of a technical writing and software training organization. She holds an MBA from Cornell University, and is the author of the highly regarded MICROSOFT PROJECT 2007 BIBLE (Wiley). Elaine has participated in Project software betas over several years and worked closely with the Microsoft product group to provide feedback and insight.