Microsoft Project for Dummies

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IDG Books Worldwide, 1997 - Computers - 359 pages
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Multicolored sticky notes and wall calendars only go so far when it comes to serious project planning. For that, you need a sophisticated tool like Microsoft Project. "Microsoft Project For Dummies" reveals how to stay in control of projects large and small by using this sophisticated software from Microsoft. But more than just showing you how to use the program, author and educator Martin Doucette gives you a solid foundation in what project management is all about-and how to do it right. You'll find helpful advice on how to:

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Foreword mil
The Part of Tens 305
Tasks Schedules and Resources 23

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About the author (1997)

Martin Doucette has developed educational and marketing materials for a range of clients. His previous books include Microsoft(R) Project 98 For Dummies(R).

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