If you’ve never used project management software before or if you’re just getting up to speed on the new features in Project 2013, this “Project 2013 for Dummies” is the right book for you!
Microsoft Project 2013 can be overwhelming at first sight. Others say that it sometimes start to behave unexpectedly. But it all comes down to correct tuning and settings. Then you will get full control and benefit from the many powerful features.
With this easy-to-understand Project 2013 guide, you have a completely updated resource that covers the latest changes and newest enhancements to Project 2013 and shows you how to make Project 2013 work for you. After an introduction to basic project management concepts, you’ll discover the mechanics of using Project software to create and manage projects. Other topics covered include working with calendars, using and sharing resources, budgeting, formatting taskbars, gathering and tracking data, working with reports, and creating templates.
- Shows you how to manage resources, share project information, perform scenario analysis, and standardize reporting processes
- Presents completely updated coverage of the new Project 2013
- Reviews formatting taskbars, gathering and tracking data, and working with reports
- Addresses using and sharing resources, creating templates, and managing projects
About the author
Cynthia Snyder is a project manager, author, consultant, and trainer in project management. She has written eight books on project management, including PMP Certification All-in-One For Dummies. Nancy Muir has written more than 100 books on topics ranging from desktop applications and project management to distance learning.