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Microsoft Project Quick Tips

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Overview

Get quick answers to your most urgent Project questions. These one-minute tips help you work more efficiently in Microsoft Project, the popular project management software.

Take a quick minute or two and learn valuable, time-saving Microsoft Project tips from a project management pro, Bonnie Biafore, PMP and MCTS. She offers a series of bite-size insider solutions for many of the most common issues that frustrate Project users, covering data entry, scheduling, formatting, staying organized, and more.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Saving time in Project
1. Project Quick Tips
  • Copy data into adjacent rows
  • Quickly insert multiple tasks
  • Enter values quickly with a lookup table
  • Wrap text in table cells
  • Align cell data
  • Copy cell formatting
  • Change currency formatting
  • Adjust column and row size in Project
  • Align task bars within rows
  • Change magnification in the timescale
  • Display only incomplete tasks
  • Expand and collapse the task list
  • Insert and hide columns in a table
  • View the selected task in the timescale
  • View two parts of a project
  • Set the default view
  • Insert hyperlinks
  • Move to the beginning or end of the timescale
  • Toggle between panes in a window
  • Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Indent and outdent tasks quickly
  • Switch tasks between manual and auto scheduling
  • Create an image of a schedule
  • Share customization with colleagues
  • Change sort order
  • Remove all filters when AutoFilter is active
  • Filter by date range
  • Create a template from a project
  • Use a template to create a project
  • Set file save options
  • Protect a file with a password

Taught by

Bonnie Biafore

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