Who is this course for?
By the end of this of this course, delegates will be able to use some advanced features of Microsoft Project and how to use Microsoft Project Central.
How long is this course?
What do I need to know before attending?
It is assumed that you have attended the Microsoft Project Introductory course or at least have equivalent knowledge.
What will I expect to achieve at the end of the training?
At the end of this course
you will be able to:
- Create and work with custom WBS codes and templates.
- Create and use custom forms.
- Evaluate data by using filtering and grouping techniques and working with reports.
- Administer Project Central, including working with user accounts and customising.
- Navigate and work in Project central.
- Work with categories and views in Project Central.
Customising Microsoft Project
Applying, viewing, modifying and renumbering the WBS codes.
Creating a reoccurring task.
Saving a project in the Microsoft Project file format.
Saving a project file as a template.
Using a template.
Communicating Project Information
Copying a form.
Using and adding fields to a customised form.
Labelling fields in a custom form.
Copying a picture of a view.
Adding a hyperlink to a task.
Using filtering and formatting techniques.
Creating and applying a custom group.
Creating custom reports and tables.
Administering Project Central
Accessing, exploring, navigating and logging into Project Central.
Creating and modifying user accounts.
Changing task delegation settings.
Setting security options in Project Central.
Working in Project Central
Exploring the Project Central Interface.
Updating a project to the web server.
Sending a TeamAssign message.
Responding to task assignments.
Updating responses to task assignments.
Soliciting status reports.
Replying to a status report request.
Creating and running an AutoAccept rule on Project Central.
Exploring the Offline page.
Working with Categories and Views in Project Central
Viewing your portfolio and assignments.
Creating a category in Project Central.
Modifying a view.
Other topics of interest will be covered when you are comfortable with the core elements of the course, where time allows.