Laminated quick reference guide showing step-by-step instructions and shortcuts for how to use Microsoft Office Project 2013 at the intermediate level. This guide is suitable as a training handout, or simply an easy to use reference guide, for any type of user.
The following topics are covered:
Indenting or Demoting Tasks, “Outdenting” or Promoting Tasks, Hiding/Displaying Tasks under a Summary, Understanding Precedence, Using the Network Diagram, Creating/Deleting Relationships, Moving a Task in the Network Diagram, Examining the Critical Path, Showing Slack, Hiding Negligible Amounts of Slack.
Filtering Tasks, Adjusting Date Constraints, Using a Deadline, Entering or Reading Task Notes.
Using a Different Relationship Type, Lag & Lead Time, Changing Relationship Type or Lag, Recurring Tasks, Splitting Tasks.
Adding Resources on the Fly, Noting a Resource’s Vacation or Special Hours, Noting a Resource’s Variant Rate, Getting a Task Done Faster.
Changing Calculation of Task Values, Permitting Overtime, Booking Additional Resources to a Task, Using Effort-Driven Scheduling, Adjusting when a Resource Works, Checking Resource Usage, Determining Resource Load, Leveling Resources Quickly, Viewing Different Field Collections.
Showing or Deleting a Progress Line, Monitoring Progress, Accessing a Subproject File, Communicating Plans and Progress.
This guide is one of two titles available for Project 2013: Project 2013 Creating a Basic Project, Project 2013 Managing Complexity.