Mastering Microsoft Project for Project Planning, scheduling, estimating, controlling, tracking and, reporting

What you will learn

Open and close an existing project file and create and save a new project file

Navigate different views and utilize Microsoft project Help features

Create and modify a task list in the Gantt Chart view and create a Work Breakdown Structure

Create task relationships through linking, adding predecessors, lead time and recurring tasks

Explore Network Diagram view and modify the task relationships in it

Use the Change Working Time dialog box to create a base calendar for the project

Create resource pools from the Resource Sheet view and assign resources to tasks

Create task calendars and use the Cost table in Gantt Chart view

Work with Calendar and form views, and create and modify tables

Display the critical path and identify and resolve resource conflicts in effort-driven schedules


Hello everyone

I am so excited to invite you all to the Microsoft Project class.

Are you interest in Project Management skills?

If Yes! This course is for you. Because Microsoft Project software will improve your productivity of any project assigned to you. And remember Microsoft Project is one of the powerful and common software used by many Project Management practitioners.

About Microsoft Project

MS Project is a specialized tool designed for the specific domain of project management. MS Project is a powerful application that helps you to plan and manage a wide range of projects from meeting crucial deadlines and budgets to selecting the right resources. You can be more productive and be able to realize better results just by using the set of features that MS Project can offer such as;

· To create plans at the level of detail that’s right for your project

· To work with summary data initially, or shift to a more detailed approach when it’s convenient

· To control what tasks Project can schedule

· To manage tasks, costs, work, and resources at whatever level of detail is appropriate for your project’s needs.

· To work with your plan’s data in a variety of views and reports

· To track and manage your plan throughout the life of the project.

· To collaborate and share data with others in your organization using rich view and report formatting options

· To use resource pools, consolidated projects, and cross-project links to extend your project-management focus across multiple projects.

This course will contain numerous exercises utilizing Microsoft Project 2016

Why this Course

Microsoft Project 2016 Fundamentals

Creating and maintaining project work plans and schedules are cumbersome and time consuming without the right tools. Microsoft Project has become the industry standard for automating this important project management activity because of its ease of use and integration with other Microsoft products. This course will teach you the basic functions and features of Microsoft Project 2016 from creating and maintaining projects, resources, and tasks and utilizing Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) and Gantt Charts.

You will also learn how to manage your projects more effectively and resolve resource conflict through the use and creation of views and filters.






Understanding Project Management

Project Management

Introduction to Microsoft Project

Microsoft Interface

The Interface

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About MS Project Interface

How to use the Ribbon

Navigate the Backstage View

View and Tables

How to use View and Tables

Configure Project Options

Project Options

Starting New Project

Start New Project

Saving and exporting your project

Project Scheduling Date

Project Calendar

Working Hours

Working Days

Using Help

Entering Project Tasks

Add Task to the Project

Add Duration to Tasks

Add Milestone

Organize Task into Phases

Linking Tasks

Moving and Copying a Task

Entering and Assigning Resources

Entering people resource

Entering Equipment Resource

Entering Material Resource

Using Resource Note

Assigning Resource to Tasks

Working with Task

Overlaping Tasks

Delaying Tasks

Tracing Tasks Path

Task Deadlines

Task Constraints

Splitting Task

Task Types

Task Calendar