Managing with Microsoft Project 98

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Prima Pub., 1998 - Computers - 550 pages
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Exploit the power of Microsoft Project 98 to cut costs, get more done with fewer team members, and build a track record of timeless and reliability. The easy-to-follow steps, real-world examples, and practical ideas in this book show you exactly how to plan for success and increase your productivity with Project 98.
-- Build timeless, make assignments, and optimize schedules
-- Monitor resource costs and fix overallocations
-- Compare completed work and actual costs with your original plan
-- Use e-mail or a Web site to communicate with your team
-- Publish your project on paper or on the Web

From resource-driven scheduling to Gantt chart formatting -- no matter what you want out of Microsoft Project, this book will help you get it done!

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An author, trainer, and a publishing consultant, Lisa A. Bucki has been involved in the computer book business since 1990. She has written and contributed to dozens of books and multimedia works, in addition to providing marketing and training services to her clients.

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