Are you just starting out with Project 2010? Maybe you are a “real-world hardened” project manager looking to create a better Work Breakdown Structure?
Microsoft have put together a great site to help you get more out of Project. You can learn about:
Easier Planning with User-Controlled Scheduling
Enhanced Copy & Paste
Intuitive Access with the Ribbon
Add Key Milestones to the Timeline View
Add a New Column and Save as a Custom Table
Manage Resources with the Team Planner
Add Project Summary Tasks & Outline Numbers
Make Smart Scheduling Decisions with Task Inspector
Sync with SharePoint
Focus on Data with Auto Filter
You can find all those tips and tricks articles over at the
Microsoft Project 2010 site, on Microsoft.com
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