Define and enter - using top-down planning principles - the tasks, milestones, and recurring tasks that must be completed to successfully finish the project. Walk through a brief introduction to project management practices, written by Toby Brown, PMP, a certified project manager. Learn to define resource pools and associate resources and costs with specific tasks. Also understand how to assign overtime for resources and how to assign fixed costs to parts of the project.
Troubleshoot problems in the schedule for assigned resources and learn ways to resolve the conflict. Explore the new capability of Project 2000 to prepare its views for HTML display on Web sites and intranets. Master Project's network workgroup features for communicating and coordinating the details of projects. Consolidate multiple projects and manage projects that share a common resource pool. Share task, resource, and cost data with other applications and file formats, including databases.
Record and take advantage of simple macros, or use Visual Basic to help you create situational macros to, use day-to-clay, including sending emails related to projects and creating reports.