Microsoft Project - Combo (Levels 1 & 2) Course

Course Details:

Length: 2 days

Price: $625/person (USD)

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Course Features:

Live Instructor Teaching

Certificate of Completion

Digital Badge

Courseware: Print

Free 6 Month Online Retake

Hands-On Learning?: Yes

Software Lab Included?: Yes

Delivery Methods:

Live Online

Individuals and Groups
@ Your Location

Onsite for Teams

Group Teams
@ Your Organization

This is an instructor-led course. It is taught by an instructor live online or at organizations for groups.
For team training, we can teach onsite at your office or private live online.


Course Overview

Enroll in both of our instructor-led Microsoft Project classes and save $75. This course package includes:


Course Notes

Register Early: Registration Deadline is 2 Weeks Prior to Class Start.

Important Course Information
Course Taught with Courseware: Project 2021/365.
Course Taught with Software: Desktop Editions of Office 2019/365 for Windows ().
Versions that Can Attend: Desktop Editions of Project 2021, 365, 2019, 2016, & 2013 for Windows ().
Not Appropriate for: Project for the Web.
Important Note: If you are using Project Plan 3 or Plan 5, please note that the Project for the Web platform included will NOT be taught.

Knowledge Prerequisites

• To ensure your success in this course, you should have end-user skills with any current version of Windows, including being able to start programs, switch between programs, locate saved files, close programs, and use a browser to access websites. You can obtain this level of skills and knowledge by taking the Windows for End Users Course.


Course Topics

Project - Level 1 (Day 1)

Part 1: Getting Started with Microsoft Project

Chapter 1: Project, Project Management, and You
Meet the Project program
Meet the Project family
Users of Project Standard and Project Professional
See the new features in Project Online desktop client
Review Futures in earlier versions
What was new in Project 2019
What was new in Project 2016
What was new in Project 2013
What was new in Project 2010
Take a project manager's perspective
Let's get started!

Chapter 2: Take a Guided Tour
Explore the Project user interface
Manage files and set options in the Backstage view
Sidebar: Templates: Avoid reinventing the wheel
Work with schedule details in views
Use reports to check a plan’s status
Skills review
Practice tasks


Part 2: Simple Scheduling Basics

Chapter 3: Start a New Plan
Create a new plan and set its start date
Set nonworking days in the project calendar
Enter the plan title and other properties
Sidebar: Project management focus: Project is part of a larger picture
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 4: Build a Task List
Create tasks
Sidebar: Project management focus: Defining the right tasks for the deliverable
Switch task scheduling from manual to automatic
Enter task durations and estimates
Sidebar: Project management focus: How do you come up with accurate task durations?
Enter milestone tasks
Create summary tasks to outline the plan
Sidebar: Project management focus: Top-down and bottom-up planning
Link tasks to create dependencies
Check a plan’s duration and finish date
Document task information
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 5: Set up Resources
Set up work resources
Sidebar: Equipment resource considerations
Enter the maximum capacity for work resources
Enter work resource pay rates
Sidebar: Project management focus: Getting resource cost information
Adjust working time in a resource calendar
Set up cost resources
Document resources by using notes
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 6: Assign Resources to Tasks
Assign work resources to tasks
Control work when adding or removing resource assignments
Sidebar: Project management focus: When should effort-driven scheduling apply?
Assign cost resources to tasks
Check the plan after assigning resources
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 7: Format and Share Your Plan
Customize a Gantt chart view
Sidebar: Drawing on a Gantt chart
Add tasks to a Timeline view
Sidebar: Panning and zooming a Gantt chart view from a Timeline view
Customize reports
Copy views and reports
Print views and reports
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 8: Track Progress: Basic Techniques
Understand progress tracking
Save a baseline of your plan
Track a plan as scheduled
Enter a task’s completion percentage
Enter actual values for tasks
Sidebar: Project management focus: Is the project on track?
Skills review
Practice tasks


Part 4: In-depth and special subjects

Chapter 16: Format and Print Views: In-depth Techniques
Format a Gantt chart view
Format a Timeline view
Format a Network Diagram view
Format a Calendar view
Print and export views
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 17: Format Reports: In-Depth Techniques
Create a custom report
Sidebar: How reports compare to views
Customize charts in a report
Customize tables in a report
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 18: Customize Project
Share custom elements between plans
Record and run macros
Edit macros
Customize the ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar
Skills review
Practice tasks


Project - Level 2 (Day 2)

Part 3: Advanced scheduling techniques

Chapter 9: Fine-tune Task Scheduling
See task relationships by using Task Path
Adjust task link relationships
Control task scheduling by using constraints
Interrupt work on a task
Adjust working time for individual tasks
Control task scheduling by using task types
Sidebar: Assignment units, Peak, and the assignment calculation
Sidebar: Task types and effort-driven scheduling
See task schedule details by using the Task Inspector
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 10: Fine-tune Task Details
Enter deadline dates
Enter fixed costs
Create a recurring task
View the plan’s critical path
Schedule summary tasks manually
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 11: Fine-tune Resource and Assignment Details
Change resource availability over multiple date ranges
Work with multiple resource pay rates
Change resource pay rates over different date ranges
Delay the start of assignments
Apply contours to assignments
Create and assign material resources
View resource capacity
Adjust assignments in the Team Planner view (Project Professional only)
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 12: Fine-tune the Project Plan
Examine resource allocations over time
Sidebar: Project management focus: Evaluate resource allocation
Resolve resource overallocations manually
Level overallocated resources
Check the plan’s cost and finish date
Sidebar: Project management focus: Finish date and critical tasks
Inactivate tasks (Project Professional only)
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 13: Organize Plan Details
Sort plan details
Group plan details
Filter plan details
Create new tables
Sidebar: Create custom fields quickly
Create new views
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 14: Track Progress: Detailed Techniques
Update a baseline
Sidebar: Save interim plans
Track actual and remaining work for tasks and assignments
Sidebar: Enter actual costs manually
Track timephased actual work for tasks and assignments
Sidebar: Project management focus: Collect actuals from resources
Reschedule incomplete work
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 15: View and Report Project Status
Examine a plan’s variance
Sidebar: Project management focus: Get the word out
Identify tasks that have slipped
Sidebar: Project management focus: Is variance ever a good thing?
Examine task costs
Examine resource costs
Skills review
Practice tasks<


Part 4 In-depth and special subjects

Chapter 19: Share Information with Other Programs
Copy Project data to and from other programs
Open files in other formats in Project
Save to other file formats from Project
Sidebar: Share files with previous versions of Project
Generate reports with Excel and Visio
Skills review
Practice tasks

Chapter 20: Consolidate Projects and Resources
Share a resource pool across multiple plans
Sidebar: Create a dedicated resource pool
Consolidate plans
Sidebar: Keep consolidated plans simple
Create dependencies between plans
Skills review
Practice tasks

Related Microsoft Project Information:

How Much Do Microsoft Project Training Courses Cost?

Public instructor-led Microsoft Project course prices start at $350 per student. Group training discounts are available.

Self-Paced Microsoft Project eLearning courses cost $150 at the starting point per student. Group purchase discounts are available.

What Microsoft Project Skills Should I Learn?

A: If you are wondering what Microsoft Project skills are important to learn, we've written a Microsoft Project Skills and Learning Guide that maps out Microsoft Project skills that are key to master and which of our courses teaches each skill.

Read Our Microsoft Project Skills and Learning Guide

What Is Microsoft Project and Microsoft Project Management Certification?

A: Microsoft Project is software that streamlines project management. A favorite digital tool of project managers in the corporate and small-business sectors, it assists in all phases of project management, including planning, execution, and reporting. Employers and employees at all levels rely on this program to stay apprised of important project developments involving scheduling and resource allocation. Users who obtain Project certification prove proficiency with the software through exams and demonstrate project management competency to employers.

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What Is a MS Project Online Course, and What Is it Good For?

A: Online Microsoft Project courses are designed to be taught on the Internet. These classes can be delivered remotely in real-time, guided by a live instructor, or they can be part of a self-paced e-learning option. The content of these courses can range from the basic, like understanding Microsoft Project's interface, to the advanced, such as customizing its features. To enroll in the right Microsoft Project management online class, find one that matches your skill set or level and be sure to sign up for a course that covers your specific version of the software.

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What Can I Learn in a Microsoft Project Course?

A: What students learn in Microsoft Project classes can be influenced by their skill set and their chosen courses. MS Project novices who sign up for beginner courses can expect to learn the fundamentals of the program, including understanding the software's interface and basic tasks like scheduling and progress-tracking. Experienced users who sign up for advanced courses may learn how to add details, make modifications, organize, and use MS Project files with other programs. Students should sign up for courses taught by knowledgeable instructors (like ours) to ensure that they learn skills pertinent to their particular projects.

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How Long Will I Have to Study Microsoft Project to Learn It?

A: The amount of time that's required to learn Microsoft Project can depend on several factors, including your knowledge of project management concepts, your use of other project management software, your particular projects, and your familiarity with other Microsoft Office programs. The type and duration of the course that you choose can also influence how long it takes to learn this software. Students who want to quickly complete Microsoft Project courses can choose accelerated classes that only take a day or two, while those who want to learn at their own pace can opt for self-paced courses.

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How Can I Make Working With Microsoft Project Easier?

A: Employees who want to improve their skills with Microsoft Project can take several easy steps. First, gather pertinent information about the project at hand, including personnel details, task deadlines, and project goals. You'll also need to familiarize yourself with MS Project's interface and identify the features and functions that are most applicable to your project and its success. Microsoft Project users often find it beneficial to sign up for courses that are taught by a live instructor who can help them understand how to use the program for their own projects, whether beginner or advanced.

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How Easy Is it to Learn Microsoft Project?

A: How difficult students may find learning Microsoft Project can depend on a number of factors, including their knowledge of project management concepts, understanding of scheduling in Microsoft Project, and their familiarity with the program's interface and features. Students who try to improve their knowledge in any of these areas can make learning how to work with Microsoft Project easier. One of the easiest ways to learn Microsoft Project is to sign up for courses that demystify the software. For the best results, students should choose classes that match their skill set and are taught by a live instructor.

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How Can Using Microsoft Project Benefit Me?

A: If you're a project manager, Microsoft Project can be one of the most useful pieces of software that you'll ever use. The program functions as a one-stop solution for project management tasks and can help you easily complete a number of important activities, such as planning, creating schedules, managing resources, and tracking time. It also facilitates collaboration, offers customization, and provides advanced features that can be relevant to projects of many types. Its integration capabilities make it an easy addition to the suite of Microsoft products. To learn how to best use Microsoft Project, sign up for instructor-led classes.

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What Is Microsoft Project Used For?

A: Microsoft Project is software that streamlines cumbersome project management tasks. Along with facilitating technical aspects of project management, like planning, scheduling, and tracking, the program can also help to produce benefits like increased organization, focus, and collaboration. Although the way Microsoft Project is employed can vary between users and industries, the goal of making project management more efficient remains the same. Beginners should sign up for Microsoft Project classes to help them fully understand how to get the most out of this software.

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How Can I Learn to Use Microsoft Project?

A: Learning how to use Microsoft Project can depend on the particular version of Microsoft Project that you're using, your subscription level, and the types of projects you need to manage. Certain basic skills, however, can help you get started on successfully creating and managing a project. Learning how to create a project, add and assign tasks, and choose the right project view can set you on the path toward success. To fully understand your version of Microsoft Project, look for guides that detail your software's version, then seek out help from a knowledgeable professional who can teach you what you need to know.

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How Do Microsoft Project Desktop and Online Versions Differ?

A: The differences between Microsoft Project desktop versions and MS Project Online can depend on the specific versions you're looking at and your chosen subscription level. Desktop versions of the program are on-premises solutions, while online iterations are cloud-based. The subscription levels, Plan 1, Plan 3, and Plan 5, can determine which features you may have access to within these versions. However, not all versions offer the same features, and some, such as the Project Online desktop client, can offer hybrid functionality. To understand how to use particular versions of Microsoft Project, sign up for our instructor-led classes.

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How Do You Learn MS Project?

A: There are a few different ways to learn MS Project, but some are more effective than others. You can try learning on your own with materials you find online, though they may not always be accurate or up to date. You can also enroll in an instructor-led course and learn from a professional who can guide you through the ins and outs of the software. When you learn with a live teacher and get hands-on practice with MS Project, you'll learn faster and be able to get answers to all of your questions from an expert.

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What are Some Common Tips and Shortcuts that Improve Efficiency in MS Project?

A: Project Managers turn to MS Project to keep their teams organized and boost productivity. However, many may not realize that the best way to do that is by implementing some common shortcuts in the software that are designed to make the Microsoft Project experience better. There are dozens of different tips project managers are able to use while in the program to keep better track of where the team is on different projects. A few of those shortcuts include switching between the different views (Calendar View, Timeline View, Gantt Chart View, and Network Diagram View) to gain new insights into how the team as a whole is progressing and where to allocate resources. Project managers can also set a baseline to compare how the project is actually progressing compared to the initial projected timeline and they can set and create templates for future projects so they don't have to constantly start over every single time they begin a new project. These only scratch the surface of some of the tips and shortcuts Microsoft Project has to offer.

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How Can You Get the Most Out of Microsoft Project?

A: Microsoft Project is a great tool to help project managers keep their teams on track, but like any tool, it can be wielded with varying amounts of skill. Many users take advantage of MS Project's ability to help them schedule tasks and plan out resource use, but the software also has many other features that can help make your team and your processes more efficient. Seeking out in-depth training in the capabilities of Microsoft Project and optimizing how you use it can make your team more productive than ever!

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What Is Microsoft Project?

A: Project, a program created by Microsoft for project managers, analysts, team leaders, and executives, offers the customization and functionality needed to effectively manage large and small projects across multiple teams and stakeholders. While there is a bit of a learning curve, once it's mastered, MS Project can be a very valuable asset to anyone who needs to manage people and resources and ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget.

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How Is Microsoft Project Used in Construction?

A: Like in other industries, Microsoft Project can be used within the construction field to plan, monitor, update, and complete projects. Using MS Project in specific ways, however, can give those in construction important control over a project's critical path. It's great for initiating projects, creating schedules, and allocating resources, but MS Project also helps construction professionals better understand crucial variables like float times, delays, dependencies, and task reassignments. When strategically using this software, common problems like labor shortages, supply chain issues, and cost overruns can be immediately addressed to keep projects on schedule.

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What Are Some Useful Microsoft Project Tips?

A: The sheer number of features and functions available in Microsoft Project can often intimidate someone who isn't fluent in the program. However, using certain tips can simply project management processes and streamline tasks. Using pen and paper to plan out your project, creating baselines, auto-scheduling tasks, and choosing the right View to assess your project's status can create an efficient and productive digital environment in which to work. To learn more tips and get the most out of MS Project, sign up for instructor-led Microsoft Project courses.

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How Do Microsoft Project and Smartsheet Compare?

A: If you're trying to decide between Microsoft Project and Smartsheet for project management, you should start by assessing your professional needs and personal preferences. For example, if your team is large and requires complex project management tools and you already have access to other software in the Microsoft suite, MS Project can be the appropriate choice. In contrast, Smartsheet offers more customization opportunities, native tools that support collaboration, and third-party software integration than MS Project. If you decide that you prefer Microsoft Project, high-quality training classes can help you understand how to use its complex features.

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How Does Microsoft Project Compare to Microsoft Planner?

A: While both Microsoft Project and Microsoft Planner have been designed to facilitate project management, key differences exist between them. For example, Project is capable of providing users will full control over complex project management tasks, while Planner is a more simplified project management tool. Planner features robust collaboration avenues and can be accessed by more users and in numerous ways, and Planner requires hefty licensing fees with potential user caps. The tool that you ultimately decide to use can largely depend on your project type, your goals, and the particular makeup of your team.

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Is Microsoft Project or Excel Better for Project Management?

A: Whether a professional considers Microsoft Project or Excel better for project management tasks can depend on the types of projects they oversee and their familiarity with Excel, collaboration preferences, and budget. Generally, if a professional manages multiple projects, appreciates working with templates, and values convenient collaboration features, Microsoft Project can be the appropriate choice. Should a project manager have a limited budget, a familiarity with Excel formulas, and only a few projects, Excel can suffice. Each piece of software requires training to use it effectively.

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How long will it take to learn MS Project?

A: There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the amount of time it will take to learn MS Project will vary depending on your prior experience and level of comfort with using computers and software programs. However, in general, most people can expect to spend a few days to a week learning the basics of MS Project. If you want to become more proficient in using the program, you may need to dedicate additional time to practice and familiarize yourself with its features and capabilities.

The best way to determine how long it will take you to learn MS Project is to sign up for a class or workshop offered by a training provider. This will allow you to work with an expert instructor who can help you get the most out of the program.

Is Microsoft Project hard to learn?

A: Microsoft Project is a powerful tool for managing projects, but it can be difficult to learn if you're not familiar with project management concepts. Certstaffix Training offers classes that can help you get the most out of Microsoft Project, whether you're new to the software or want to brush up on your skills. Our experienced instructors can help you master the software and learn how to use it effectively to manage your projects.

Some of the basic features of Microsoft Project include:

  • Tracking tasks: You can create tasks and track their progress in Microsoft Project. This can help you stay on top of your project's deadlines and make sure all the work is getting done.
  • Assigning resources: You can assign resources to tasks in Microsoft Project, which can help you ensure that everyone who needs to work on the project is aware of their responsibilities.
  • Viewing reports: You can view reports on your project's progress and status in Microsoft Project. This can help you stay informed on how your project is doing and make necessary adjustments if needed.

Certstaffix Training offers Microsoft Project classes online for individuals or onsite for corporate groups.

Who should learn MS Project?

A: Anyone who needs to use Microsoft Project for work or school can benefit from taking a class. Even if you are already familiar with the software, there may be new features or updates that you are not aware of. Taking a class can help you stay up-to-date and ensure that you are using the software correctly and efficiently.

Certstaffix Training offer Microsoft Project classes both online or face-to-face for when you have a group needing to learn MS Project. Browse our Microsoft Project course descriptions to get started.

What are types of Microsoft Project training and certification?

Microsoft Project is a powerful project management tool used by businesses and organizations around the world. With its wide range of features, it allows for efficient planning, scheduling, and tracking of projects. However, fully utilizing this software requires proper training.

Whether you are a beginner or have some experience with Microsoft Project, taking an intermediate training course can help you improve your skills and take your project management game to the next level. This type of training focuses on advanced techniques and features, allowing you to become a more efficient and effective project manager.

Microsoft Project Intermediate Training

Intermediate training for Microsoft Project is designed for those who have a basic understanding of the software but want to enhance their knowledge and skills. This level of training covers a wide range of topics, including advanced scheduling techniques, resource management, and customizing reports.

By taking this training, you will learn how to use features such as task calendars, split tasks, critical path analysis, and more. You will also learn how to manage resources effectively by assigning them to specific tasks and tracking their progress. You will learn how to customize reports to meet the specific needs of your project and stakeholders.

Microsoft Project Scheduling Training

One of the key aspects of project management is scheduling. Without proper scheduling, it's challenging to keep a project on track and within budget. That's why Microsoft Project scheduling training is essential for any project manager using this software.

This type of training focuses on teaching you the best practices for creating and managing project schedules. You will learn how to set up a project, define tasks and dependencies, assign resources, and track progress. You will also learn how to handle schedule changes effectively and keep your project on track.

Microsoft Project Training Certification

Becoming certified in Microsoft Project not only demonstrates your skills and knowledge but also sets you apart from other project managers. Microsoft retired its Project Certification exam in 2019, so there are no longer any official Microsoft Project certifications. Some independent training providers, however, offer various certifications for different levels of Microsoft Project expertise. Inquire with any training providers you are considering as to whether or not their course(s) offer a certification after class or prepare for their own exam/certification. Many offer a MS Project certification course online with their own certification exam or a certification achievement awarded by simply completing their class.

Microsoft Project Management Training Courses

Besides intermediate and scheduling training, there are other types of Microsoft Project training courses available. These courses cover different aspects of project management, such as budgeting, risk assessment, and communication.

By taking these courses, you can develop a more comprehensive understanding of project management principles and techniques. This will not only benefit your use of Microsoft Project but also improve your overall project management skills.

Microsoft Project Management Training

Microsoft Project is a valuable tool, but it's just one aspect of project management. That's why it's essential to also receive training in project management itself. This type of training focuses on teaching you the fundamental principles and skills needed to effectively plan, execute, and monitor projects.

By combining your knowledge of Microsoft Project with general project management training, you can become a more well-rounded and successful project manager.

Microsoft Project Software Training

In addition to traditional classroom training, there are also online options for learning Microsoft Project. These online courses offer the same valuable information and skills as in-person training but with the flexibility of completing them at your own pace.

Understanding and fully utilizing Microsoft Project requires proper training. Whether it's intermediate training, scheduling training, or general project management training, investing in your skills and knowledge will pay off in the long run. So why wait? Enroll in a Microsoft Project training course today and take your project management skills to new heights.

What are the top Microsoft Project skills?

A: Microsoft Project is a powerful tool that can help businesses and individuals alike to achieve their goals. However, as with any tool, it is only as effective as the user's ability to utilize its features. In order to get the most out of Microsoft Project, users need to have strong skills in a few key areas.

Top Microsoft Project Skills

1. Creating clear and concise project plans - One of the most important aspects of successful project management is creating a detailed and well-organized plan. Without a clear plan, it can be very difficult to track progress, identify potential risks, and keep everyone on the same page. A good project manager will be able to create a comprehensive plan that covers all aspects of the project from start to finish.

2. Tracking progress and making adjustments as needed - It is important to be able to track the progress of a project in order to ensure that it is on track and meeting all deadlines. This can be done using the various tools and features available in Microsoft Project. Additionally, if there are any changes or unforeseen delays, a good project manager will be able to quickly adapt and make the necessary changes to keep the project on track.

3. Strong communication skills - One of the most important aspects of successful project management is strong communication. In order to ensure that everyone involved in a project is on the same page, it is essential that the project manager be able to effectively communicate with all team members. This includes being able to give clear instructions, provide updates on progress, and answer any questions that team members may have.

4. Good time management skills - Another important aspect of successful project management is good time management. A project manager needs to be able to juggle multiple tasks and deadlines at once in order to keep the project on track. This includes being able to prioritize tasks, delegate work, and stay organized.

5. Being able to troubleshoot and solve problems - Despite best efforts, there will inevitably be some problems that arise during a project. It is important for a project manager to be able to troubleshoot and solve these problems quickly in order to avoid any delays or setbacks.

These are just a few of the most important skills that Microsoft Project users need to have in order to be successful. By honing these skills, users will be able to get the most out of this powerful tool and achieve their project management goals.

Where Can I Learn More About Project?

Project Blogs

Project User Groups

Project Online Forums

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