This course focuses entirely on the new features in Microsoft Project 2010. Users of earlier versions of Microsoft Project will find that Microsoft Project 2010 introduces exciting new features representing profound changes to the software functionality. These significant new features combine with numerous smaller and more subtle enhancements to make this version the most dramatically changed in more than a decade. This hands-on, interactive course teaches you how to effectively use each of the new features in a project management environment. We also include tips, tricks, and best practices for using these new features.
Everyone who has used Microsoft Project 2007 previously and wants to learn how to effectively use the new features of Microsoft Project 2010 should take this course. Users of earlier versions of Microsoft Project (such as the 2000, 2002, or 2003 versions) may benefit from the course as well; however, this course does not cover new features added in Microsoft Project 2007 and retained in the 2010 version of the software. This course focuses solely on the new features added in Microsoft Project 2010.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Describe the new features of Microsoft Office Project 2010
- Navigate the new Microsoft Project 2010 user interface
- Describe the new views, tables, filters and groups in Microsoft Project 2010
- Effectively use the new features in Microsoft Office Project 2010 for defining, planning, and reporting on a project