Microsoft Project 2013 Expert

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Description:
The general aim of this Microsoft Project 2013 Expert course is to take the skill level of users and enhance it so they can make the most of this very vital project management software. Over the span of 12 modules they will learn about file management tools, task management and operations, views, shapes, graphical indicators, formatting Gantt charts, variances, the Work Breakdown Structure code, and saving cube data.
Prerequisites:
Participants should have taken our Advanced Project 2013 course, or have equivalent knowledge.
Management Tools:
Understanding File Formats
Using AutoSave
Setting File Passwords
Managing Project Information
Advanced Task Management:
Splitting Tasks
Overlapping Tasks
Delaying Tasks
Assigning Variable Units to a Task
Changing Remaining Work
Advanced Task Operations:
About Fixed Duration Tasks
Setting and Modifying Fixed Tasks
Adding a Hyperlink to a Task
Adding Custom Fields to a Task
Advanced Views:
Applying Advanced Views
Viewing Tables
Creating Custom Tables
Creating Custom Views
Adding a Shape:
Drawing a Shape
Moving a Shape
Resizing a Shape
Deleting a Shape
Formatting a Shape:
Changing the Order of Shapes
Changing the Line Color
Changing the Fill Color
Attaching a Drawing to a Task
Adding a Graphical Indicator:
Understanding Graphical Indicators
Setting up the Field
Creating the Indicator
Using Formulas with Graphical Indicators
Importing Criteria from Other Files
Formatting the Gantt Chart, Part One:
Changing the Text Style
Changing Gridline Settings
Choosing a Layout
Formatting Columns
Formatting the Gantt Chart, Part Two:
Formatting Bars and Bar Styles
Choosing Tasks to View
Choosing a Baseline
Showing and Hiding Task Information
Working with Variances:
Using the Variance Table
Checking for Variances
Displaying Work Variances
Displaying Cost Variances
The Work Breakdown Structure Code:
Understanding WBS Code
Assigning WBS Code to a Task
Viewing the WBS Code of a Project
Customizing WBS Code
Saving Cube Data:
Choosing the OLAP Data
Using the Field Picker
Saving the Cube
Saving a Database