Take control of projects large and small with Microsoft Project 2010 and this in-depth book. A step-by-step guide to Project 2010, as well as a complete reference for when you're mid-stream in a project and need some advice, the Project 2010 Bible is packed with information to help you become a better project manager. Build a schedule, assign tasks, analyze results, and get more out of Project 2010 with this practical book.
Master project management concepts and terms
Get to know Project 2010's user interface and tools
Start your first project by creating subtasks and schedules, and allocating resources
Resolve conflicts, track progress, and generate reports
Analyze results and make necessary course corrections to schedules or budgets
Use macros and import/export data
Work in Web-based teams with Project Web App and Project Server
Companion Web Site
Find a wealth of sample projects, trial software, and timesaving templates as well as helpful links to additional resources on this book's companion Web site. Visit the site at www.wiley.com/go/project2010bible
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.