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Creating Fast Interactive Filters in Microsoft Project
 
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MPUG Project Tips: Microsoft Project MVP Sam Huffman shows you how to create and use fast interactive filters to find specific information in your Microsoft Project task sheet. Join MPUG for live webinar training sessions and hundreds more on-demand. Join MPUG - https://www.mpug.com/membership/ MPUG.com - http://www.mpug.com/ Sam Huffman's Blog - http://winprojblog.blogspot.com
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MS Project 2013 #1 ● Learn Basics in 15 Minutes ●  Easy
 
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Learn or review MS-Project 2013, you will be able to start a new project, do the planning, attribute ressources, evaluate costs, set the baseline, track the project. Brought to you by Christian ALT from Vision 6D http://www.vision6d.com Channel about IT Technology, Management and Communication
Views: 683098 Vision 6D
The Role of The Project Manager
 
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http://www.pmperspective.com/pmvid Download your free Project Management Templates using the link above. In this video we talk about what a project manager does and the secret to becoming one of the elite few PM's who's skills and abilities are sought after.
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MS Project 2010 - Recurring Tasks, Linking Tasks, Constraints, Lags
 
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Setting up a recurring task, attaching a note to a task, linking tasks and entering contstraints and lags.
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How to Create a One Month Filter in Primavera P6? || Primavera || dptutorials
 
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In this tutorial, Lets see How to Create a One Month filter in Primavera now Step 1: First,Open a Schedule in Primavera and then click on the Filter Icon Step 2: After Clicking the Filter icon, Click on New Button Step 3: Name the Filter as "1 Month Look ahead filter" and then Select in the Parameter Field as "Start" from the drop down menu Step 4: In the Is filed select "is within Range of " from the drop down menu Step 5: In the Value field, Select DD- Earliest Data Date Step 6: In the High Value , type DD+1M, i.e Current Data Date + 1 month Step 7: Then Click on ADD and In the Parameter field, Select Activity Status, in the is field, select "is not equal to" , in the Value field, select "Completed" from the drop down menu. This is to list out the activities that are in progress as well as not started(excluding the completed activities). then Click "OK" Step 8: Select the Filter (by clicking the check box beside the filter 1 month look ahead filter) and click on OK. Now you can view the look ahead schedule FOR MORE DETAILED TUTORIALS, VISIT http://dptutorials.in/ SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE AWESOME TUTORIALS http://www.youtube.com/c/AskplannerBlogspotLearningmadeeasy SUPPORT THE CHANNEL VIA SHOPPING http://www.amazon.in/gift-card-store/b?ie=UTF8&node=3704982031 http://www.flipkart.com/offers/electronics?affid=durgapras20
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MS Project 2013 планирование
 
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Разбор методик планирования в MS Project 2013
Microsoft Project:  Using Graphical Indicators
 
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Sir Ganttalot explains that getting the "big picture" on a project can be difficult if you have to interpret hundreds of tasks one by one to find out which ones are good in terms of progress and baseline variance, and which ones are not. Adding Graphical Indicators to a Gantt Chart can help you zero in tasks which are going well, or going badly. In this video Sir Ganttalot explains what Graphical Indicators are, and how to create them and use them in your project schedules. Sir Ganttalot is sponsored by Westall Murray International, Inc. www.WestallMurray.com
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Microsoft Project 2013 Dashboards and Reports
 
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Visit Our Websites: http://www.epmainc.com ** http://www.projectserver.com ** http://www.ppmxinc.com This video explains how to create a custom dashboard in Microsoft Project 2013. The new release of Microsoft Project -- Project 2013 -- is here, and it has several new and updated features that should improve the project scheduling experience, promote interactivity, and improve overall effectiveness. At this Microsoft Project User Group WebNLearn event, EPMA, will introduce and perform live demonstrations presenting the new dashboard and reporting features available in the Project 2013 Preview edition of the software. In it you will learn: - Changes in the Microsoft Project interface - New project reporting features - New Project Dashboards - New 'Compare Projects' feature - The new Project Apps platform - The new Project Online offering ..and more! If you enjoyed, please click the Like Button! If you found this video helpful, please share it! If you want to see MORE videos like this from us, please SUBSCRIBE to our channel! Connect with us: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/epma Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EPMA-2962477... Twitter: https://twitter.com/epmainc
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# 1 MS Project 2016 ●  Basics In 15 Minutes  ●  Easy
 
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Learn or review the basics of MS Project in about 15 minutes. It's easy to understand and made simple for everyone. 0:10 Project options 12:08 Resources attribution 14:47 Project costs 17:05 Reports 18:05 Baseline 18:59 Tracking Prepared by Christian ALT for http://Vision6D.com Channel about IT Technology, Management and Communication
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Microsoft Project 2013 Tutorial | Creating And Running A Macro
 
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Want all of our free Project 2013 videos? Download our free iPad app at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/video-training-courses-from/id418130423?mt=8 More details on this MS Project 2013 training can be seen at http://www.infiniteskills.com/training/learning-microsoft-project-2013.html This clip is one example from the complete course. For more free tutorials please visit our main site. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/OreillyMedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OReilly/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia Website: http://www.oreilly.com/
Sorting Grouping and Filtering in Microsoft Project 2016 - Tutorial 18
 
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In Project, you can sort tasks, resources, and assignments in several ways to make them easier to search for. You might sort tasks by duration when you're looking for tasks to shorten or sort resources by their pay rates when you're trying to reduce cost. When you sort tasks, it's better to turn off the summary tasks. to do that, click the Format tab and turn off Project Summary Task and Summary Tasks. And now you have all your work tasks in the project. Grouping helps you categorize tasks, resources or assignments. When you group items, the summary rows for each group roll up values for all the items below. For example, if you group tasks by the teams that do the work, you can see how much you're spending on labor for employees, contractors and third-party vendors. So to apply a group, go to the View tab and then choose the down arrow in the Group box. In this case, I'm going to group by resource, and now you can see that there's a group for each resource in the project. Project filters display the information you care about and screen out what isn't important. Project comes with a bunch of built in filters, like the Incomplete Tasks filter, which shows tasks that aren't done yet. Some filters include prompts like the Using Resource filter, which asks which resource you want to filter by. Auto filter is an easy way to setup a filter on the fly. You can also create your own filters. To work with filters, go to the View tab. Then, click the down arrow in the filter box. In this Advanced Microsoft Project Tutorial 2016 course you will be learning Microsoft Project Professional and will learn advanced topics as we move on. Microsoft Project 2016 is used to manage your projects schedule, timeline, resources and many more. Ms Project is widely recognized by the Expert Project management experts to manage project ranging from small to very large industrial and constructional Projects. Microsoft project management Tool will certainly help you in managing your Project efficiently and accurately.
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Microsoft Project 2013 Training - Critical Paths
 
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Get my free 3 hour course for Project 2013 course. Get 20 training videos to help you learn MS Project 2013. Click here to get the free course: https://simonsezit.leadpages.net/free-project-2013-course/ Watch the full course at http://www.SimonSezIT.com In this video, discover the meaning and importance of critical paths using Microsoft Project 2013. Get the full course on Project 2013 course here: http://www.simonsezit.com/courses/microsoft/learn-microsoft-project-2013-training-tutorials/ Stay in touch: SimonSezIT.com: http://bit.ly/JEWqQA Project 2013 training: https://learnoffice2013.com/ The Simon Sez IT email newsletter: http://bit.ly/18bMwY0 YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-) Video Transcription: Toby: Hello again and welcome back to our course on Project 2013. In this section we're going to look at the critical path for a project. So, first of all, what is the critical path of a project and why is it important? The critical path is the set of tasks that must be completed for the project to be completed on schedule. Even with a project that's not particularly big, there are usually some tasks that could be delayed without affecting the overall end date or duration of a project. But there's also a set of tasks that can't be delayed and that set of tasks is the critical path and it's normally a sequence of tasks that are from the beginning of the project right through to the end of the project. With virtually every project you deal with, it'll be important to know what the critical path is. And the first thing we're going to do in this section is to see how to identify the critical path of a project. Now what I've done is to add a few more details to our building project. So I've added some subtasks under Lay foundation and some subtasks under Build walls and under Fit roof. So I've still got my five summary tasks but each of them now has a number of subtasks, and if I expand each of those you see that the project is beginning to grow in size. On the Gantt Chart Tools Format tab, one of the options is a checkbox in the Bar Styles Group for critical tasks. And if you click on this checkbox, you will show the critical tasks of the project in red. So click there are you can see that everything under Prepare site, everything under Lay foundation, everything under Build walls, it's all red which means they are all critical tasks. If I go down to the bottom, everything under Fit roof is critical as well. In fact, the only tasks that aren't critical are the Fit windows and doors task. Now in words the reason for that is that in effect Fit windows and doors happens in parallel according to this schedule with the task of fitting the roof and because the fitting a roof task takes longer, the fitting doors and fitting windows task could take a little longer than we intend without having the overall project delayed. Now, of course, at this stage I'm still looking at a version of this schedule where I have resource overallocation issues. And if I now level the resource, let's see if my critical path changes. So I'm going to go to the Resource tab. I'm going to say Level all. It levels the tasks for the carpenter who was the only overallocated resource and those tasks are still blue. So the red tasks, the ones that were critical are still critical and the blue tasks, the ones that were noncritical are still noncritical. Now it's very important to know at any time when you're working on a project which the critical path and which the critical tasks are because they're the ones that you must complete on schedule in order for the project to finish on the currently planned finish date, whereas for the noncritical tasks such as ground floor doors here, we've got what is called slack. We can actually have a certain amount of delay on that task without delaying the overall project. And it's slack that we're going to look at next. Now again if I go to the Gantt Chart Tools Format tab and look in that Bar Styles Group, there is a checkbox there which can show a line to represent slack in a task. Now let's enable slack in this view. For each of the critical tasks, the red ones, there is no slack. But if you look at say this blue ground floor doors task here, you can see a little line coming out of the bottom of it. That line denotes the slack. Oh-oh! We couldn't fit the entire video transcription here - YouTube only allows 5000 characters. No worries, you can get the transcripts for all our Project 2013 videos offered here on YouTube AND a free 3-hour video course for MS Project 2013. Click here to get this free stuff: https://simonsezit.leadpages.net/free-project-2013-pdf-and-course/
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Microsoft Project 2013 Tutorial - Scheduling
 
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Get my free 3 hour course for Project 2013 course. Get 20 training videos to help you learn MS Project 2013. Click here to get the free course: https://simonsezit.leadpages.net/free-project-2013-course/ Watch the full course at http://www.SimonSezIT.com In this video, discover the different factors that affect the schedules of various tasks and resources in Microsoft Project 2013. Get the full course on Project 2013 course here: http://www.simonsezit.com/courses/microsoft/learn-microsoft-project-2013-training-tutorials/ Stay in touch: SimonSezIT.com: http://bit.ly/JEWqQA Project 2013 training: https://learnoffice2013.com/ The Simon Sez IT email newsletter: http://bit.ly/18bMwY0 YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-) Video Transcription: Toby: Hello again and welcome back to our course on Project 2013. In this section we're going to start to look at scheduling which is probably the fundamental aspect of Microsoft Project 2013 for most people. And what we mean by scheduling is to take all of the information we've got about our project and the tasks in it, and coming up with a sequence of events that satisfies all sorts of criteria. Even if we don't have an end date in mind, let's take our building project for example. If we're not specifically aiming at an end date, when we start it will normally be the case that we'll want to get the job finished as quickly as possible. If you're building houses, it's obviously a high priority to get those houses on the market, sold, and moving on to your next job as quickly as you can. So what scheduling is about is taking a load of facts and producing a working schedule that makes best use of the resources available and gets the job done in a timely manner. So let me talk first about some of the key factors that come into play when we're scheduling, and let's start with resources. Whatever sort of project you're working on there will be limitations on resources. If you look at our house build example which is still pretty straightforward, if you look at this row here, the Build walls task, we have a brick layer allocated. Now if I had two or three brick layers maybe I could get the building of those walls done more quickly. But if I really have only one or I've got two, then it really is going to constrain you quickly I can do some parts of the job. Having said that, putting just dozens and dozens of brick layers on won't necessarily reduce the time taken to build walls proportionally. There's a balance. There's an ideal number. And sometimes other factors will come in when it comes to the availability of resources. For instance, if I wanted to get those walls built more quickly, I might put my brick layer on overtime pay, but then obviously that's going to increase the cost of building the house. So resource availability itself is quite a complex issue. If you look at the question of bricks for example, then assuming that we've got a good supply for bricks, the number of bricks available isn't generally going to be a constraint as such, but it is important that the bricks are available on site by the date that we need to start using them. Another very important factor in scheduling is the presence of dependencies. So for example, at the moment we've got a pretty straightforward dependency between building walls and fitting windows and door, and that is that we can't start fitting the windows and doors until we've built the walls. That's actually a bit over simplistic and we're going to review that dependency later on. But it's certainly true that you can't start fitting any windows and doors until you've done a certain amount of brick work. You couldn't start fitting the windows and doors at the same moment that you started building the walls because you'd have no walls to fit the windows and doors to. So dependencies can play an important part as well. Another factor that we haven't looked at, at all yet but which we'll come to in a later section is what are generally referred to as constraints. Within a project you may, for example, have a constraint whereby a certain task has to be finished by a certain date or some external factor which occurs at or by a certain date will affect your project. When this happens, you may have one or more tasks with constraints on them. Oh-oh! We couldn't fit the entire video transcription here - YouTube only allows 5000 characters. No worries, you can get the transcripts for all our Project 2013 videos offered here on YouTube AND a free 3-hour video course for MS Project 2013. Click here to get this free stuff: https://simonsezit.leadpages.net/free-project-2013-pdf-and-course/
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Microsoft Project 2013 Tutorial - Resource Basics
 
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Get my free 3 hour course for Project 2013 course. Get 20 training videos to help you learn MS Project 2013. Click here to get the free course: https://simonsezit.leadpages.net/free-project-2013-course/ Watch the full course at http://www.SimonSezIT.com In this video, learn the basics about resources that can be used while planning your project in Microsoft Project 2013. Get the full course on Project 2013 course here: http://www.simonsezit.com/courses/microsoft/learn-microsoft-project-2013-training-tutorials/ Stay in touch: SimonSezIT.com: http://bit.ly/JEWqQA Project 2013 training: https://learnoffice2013.com/ The Simon Sez IT email newsletter: http://bit.ly/18bMwY0 YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-) Video Transcription: Toby: Welcome back to our course on Project 2013. In this section we're going to take our first look at resources, and by resources I mean things like that people that are going to work on our projects, the materials that we're going to use, and the equipment that's involved in building this house. There are some other types of resource that we'll look at a little bit later on in the course. But for the moment, for our house build project, we're going to concentrate on the people and the materials and the equipment. Now when you're looking at a Gantt Chart, which is a view in Microsoft Project that most people use an awful lot of the time, you're basically looking at the tasks involved in your project. If you want to look at the resources, there are a number of views specifically related to resources. Now if I click on the button below Gantt Chart there on the Task tab on the left, click on that, I get a list of available views, and one of the available views is Resource Sheet. And we click on Resource Sheet first and we'll see a list of the resources that we currently have on our project. Note with the view that you've got a label on its side down the side just reminding you which view you've got. You've got the Resource Sheet View. And another thing to note is that down at the bottom at the right hand end of the status bar, as I mentioned earlier on, you've got some buttons to switch between the most commonly used views. Now the button on the left, the first one of those, the one that's highlighted at the moment is Gantt Chart. So to switch back to Gantt Chart, I can just click on that and the one three to the right of that is the Resource Sheet View. So if I click on that, that switches me back to Resource Sheet. They're two of the views that you're going to use the most while you're working with Microsoft Project. Now let me set up some resources and one way of setting up resources is to set them up in the Resource Sheet. Now the first thing I'm going to do is to define a resource called Brick Layer. Now a brick layer is a person who lays bricks. And whenever there's some brick laying to do, I'm probably going to assign a brick layer to a task. Now it's very important to recognize here that I am not talking about a named person. This isn't the brick layer called John Doe or Jane Doe; this is a brick layer in general. And there are some situations, perhaps in longer termed planning, where I may use a resource of brick layer knowing that I need a brick layer but I don't know specifically which one yet. And there are some situations where I may assign an individual straightaway, but more of that later. For the moment, we'll just say brick layer. The next thing we need to do is to click into the next field which is type and select a type. Now in many ways this choice is the most important one of all. There are basically three resource types, although there is a special case that we'll talk about later as well. But with those three resource types, it's very important that you assign the correct one. Now as soon as I put the cursor into this type cell in the resource sheet, you'll see that a number of other fields got values on the right there. Many of these are related to cost and we're going to talk about cost later on, so I'm really going to ignore the cost ones for the moment. But a couple of these fields are important. One of the ones that's important is Max and the max field says what's the maximum number of this thing that we have available. Oh-oh! We couldn't fit the entire video transcription here - YouTube only allows 5000 characters. No worries, you can get the transcripts for all our Project 2013 videos offered here on YouTube AND a free 3-hour video course for MS Project 2013. Click here to get this free stuff: https://simonsezit.leadpages.net/free-project-2013-pdf-and-course/
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Microsoft Project 2013 Tutorial | Assigning Resources To Tasks
 
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Want all of our free Project 2013 videos? Download our free iPad app at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/video-training-courses-from/id418130423?mt=8 More details on this MS Project 2013 training can be seen at http://www.infiniteskills.com/training/learning-microsoft-project-2013.html This clip is one example from the complete course. For more free tutorials please visit our main site. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/OreillyMedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OReilly/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia Website: http://www.oreilly.com/
Tracking Project Progress in Microsoft Project 2013 by EPMA
 
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Visit Our Websites: http://www.epmainc.com ** http://www.projectserver.com ** http://www.ppmxinc.com In this video you will learn how to track project progress using Microsoft Project 2013. Interested in how EPMA can help you with your project schedules? Contact us today at 713.400.9200 or [email protected] Get more Microsoft Project, Project Server, SharePoint, or Project Management information at www.epmainc.com/blog Connect with us: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/epma Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EPMA-2962477... Twitter: https://twitter.com/epmainc
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Microsoft Project 2016 Tutorial - An Introduction to Sorting and Filtering Tasks
 
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In this tutorial, you'll take a deeper look at how to sort and filter tasks. For more information about the Microsoft Project 2016 training course, visit http://oreil.ly/2iFunOg Follow along with Microsoft expert Guy Vaccaro as he teaches you how to sort and filter tasks using the VIEW ribbon in Microsoft Project 2016. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/OreillyMedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OReilly/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia Website: http://www.oreilly.com/
MS Project 2013 #5.1 ● Howto Create Milestones ●  Easy  ●  Short ●  Part 1
 
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Learn what are milestones and how to insert them in MS Project 2013. This module can be completed by part 02, about adding milestones to the timeline. part 03 using milestones in report. http.//Vision6D.com Channel about IT Technology, Management and Communication
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Microsoft Project 2013 Tutorial | Organizing Tasks Into Logical Groups
 
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Want all of our free Project 2013 videos? Download our free iPad app at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/video-training-courses-from/id418130423?mt=8 More details on this MS Project 2013 training can be seen at http://www.infiniteskills.com/training/learning-microsoft-project-2013.html This clip is one example from the complete course. For more free tutorials please visit our main site. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/OreillyMedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OReilly/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia Website: http://www.oreilly.com/
Microsoft Project Professional 2010 Tutorial: Show and Hide Columns | K Alliance
 
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Learn how to show and hide columns to create a custom table with this Project Professional 2010 training video. Contact K Alliance for more info. http://www.kalliance.com/ - 1.800.330.9111 Featured Instructor - Sheri Tingle Course Duration: 6 Hours 20 Minutes Link to Course: http://www.kalliance.com/desktop/microsoft/office/project/2010/ Course Catalog: http://www.kalliance.com/catalog/ Request Your 7 Day Trial: http://www.kalliance.com/trial/ Twitter: ‪https://twitter.com/#!/K_Alliance ‬Facebook: ‪https://www.facebook.com/KAllianceTraining
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Use of Lag/Slack in Microsoft Project 2013
 
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Lag/Slack is important while planning, it provides time to add break while working and planning. This video shows how to do it in Microsoft Project 2013
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Project 2013 for Beginners Part 18: How to Assign Resources in Microsoft Project 2013
 
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Resource assignment is basically the process of assigning a list of resource names to various tasks in a certain project. In Toby's example, it is a building project. But what if you have a long list of resources? It would be fairly difficult to find the specific resource you are looking for. Good thing the Assign Resources dialog in Project 2013 has filter facilities, which always come in handy in this part of the lesson. In this section, Toby demonstrates how to allocate resources--like bricklayer, bricks, carpenter, door, window, etc.--into their corresponding tasks. Toby also shows us how these resource assignments impact the Gantt Chart. If you want to know how to assign resources to the tasks in your own project, you've come to the right place! Stay in touch: StreamSkill.com: http://streamskill.com/ SimonSezIT.com: http://bit.ly/JEWqQA The Simon Sez IT email newsletter: http://bit.ly/18bMwY0 YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-) Welcome back to our course on Project 2013. In the previous section we looked at setting up the resources that we’re going to use in our building project. And I left you with an exercise where I asked you to add a carpenter as a work resource and door and window as material resources. And I’m looking now at the resource sheet in example_04. Now I appreciate that term carpenter normally implies a much more skilled resource than somebody who fits windows and doors. And in the U.K., Australia, New Zealand and various other English speaking countries, the term joiner would be used. But I believe that term is no longer in use in the U.S.A. Similarly, there’s a fairly common abbreviation for a carpenter or joiner working on a building site of Chipee but you wouldn’t use that expression in the U.S.A. So we’ll start with this list of resources and we’re now going to assign these resources to various tasks in our building project. So I’m going to switch back to the Gantt Chart using the button on the status bar, left hand button takes me back to the Gantt Chart. Now I’m going to right click on the task Build walls, and when I right click, one of the items that I can see on the contextual menu is Assign resources. It’s just below the midway point. Click on Assign resources and I see the Assign Resources dialog which is a dialog that you’ll use a lot when you’re working with Project 2013. Now quite a lot of this Assign Resources dialog we’re going to look at later on. For instance, if I click on the plus sign here where it says Resource list options there are facilities there, for example, to filter. If I have a long list of resources and I want to find a suitable resource by filtering I can use the filter facilities. I can also look at finding out which resources are actually available for a task rather than being used elsewhere. But I’m not going to go into any of that at the moment. We’re going to do some of those things later on in the course. For the moment, all I want to do is to allocate the brick layer to the task of building walls. Now the very simplest way of doing that is having selected the brick layer is to just click on the Assign button, and what happens if I just click on Assign is that the brick layer is assigned 100%. That means one brick layer. And depending on the cost figures, the cost of using the brick layer on that task is indicated here. Now at the moment I haven’t put any cost in. We’re going to come back to cost later on. But if I had put a rate per hour and possibly even an additional cost per use, then the total cost of using the brick layer on building those walls would be shown here. I could go through now and assign more resources to more tasks. The first thing I’m going to do though is to actually close this Assign Resources dialog and look at the impact of what I’ve just done on the Gantt Chart. Now you may not quite see the same as me here but if you’re still using a default installation of Project 2013, you should see something pretty similar. And one of the things that’s apparent is that you can now see the word Brick Layer next to the task in the Gantt Chart. Now exactly what you see in a Gantt Chart is something we’re going to look at in some detail later on. You can customize and format a Gantt Chart but basically by default you would normally see the names of the resources that are used in a particular task listed next to the Gantt Chart bar. Sorry, we couldn't fit the entire video transcription here since YouTube only allows 5000 characters.
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Scheduling for Success with Microsoft Project
 
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Learn Best Practices for creating schedules with MS Project.
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Milestones Professional Tutorial: Import from MS Project using Built-in Template
 
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Learn about importing from MS Project into Milestones Professional using a Built-in Template. View our website: http://www.kidasa.com View our other videos: http://kidasa.com/information/movies/milestonespromovies.html
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Variance Analysis in Microsoft Project 2013: Part I
 
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There's an important difference between simply making a schedule and actually planning. Variance analysis is one of the key activities during project execution to check how the project is actually progressing versus the plan's initial estimates so that the plan can be adjusted where need be. In this video, Gus Cicala gives an overview of variance views in Microsoft Project 2013.
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Project 2013 tutorial: Linking tasks | lynda.com
 
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Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Office-tutorials/Project-2013-Essential-Training/115433-2.html?utm_campaign=OC2khnEyK-c&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube. Because starting one task sometimes depends on whether or not another task is completed, an essential part of building a schedule is putting tasks in the right order. In this tutorial, Bonnie Biafore explains how to link tasks in Project 2013. This tutorial is a single movie from the Project 2013 Essential Training course presented by lynda.com author Bonnie Biafore. The complete course duration is 5 hours long and shows how to manage your project's deadlines, tasks, and resources with Microsoft Project 2013. Introduction 1. Working with Project 2. Setting Up Project Files 3. Creating Tasks 4. Linking and Timing Tasks 5. Creating Resources 6. Assigning Tasks to Resources 7. Working with Views 8. Fine-Tuning the Project Schedule 9. Tracking and Managing a Project 10. Viewing and Reporting Project Information 11. Sharing Projects Conclusion
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Moving Excel Plans to Microsoft Project
 
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You'll learn how to import plans made in Excel into Microsoft Project using the Import Wizard. You'll see why Microsoft Project is quicker and easier tool to use to manage project plans
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Track project actual against project baseline information
 
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http://www.techgig.com/expert-speak/Microsoft-Project-2010-Series-Session-8-Track-project-actual-against-project-baseline-information-272 In session 8 of Project 2010 series, we will learn the different techniques to track project actuals to help understand the progress of the project. The techniques range from simple task level updates to sophisticated time-phased level updates.
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Learn Microsoft Project In 16 minutes Flat!
 
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Learn Microsoft Project In 16 minutes Flat!
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Microsoft Project 2013 Training - Leveling - Part 1
 
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Get my free 3 hour course for Project 2013 course. Get 20 training videos to help you learn MS Project 2013. Click here to get the free course: https://simonsezit.leadpages.net/free-project-2013-course/ Watch the full course at http://www.SimonSezIT.com In this video, learn how to apply basic leveling with different resources and tasks using Microsoft Project 2013. Get the full course on Project 2013 course here: http://www.simonsezit.com/courses/microsoft/learn-microsoft-project-2013-training-tutorials/ Stay in touch: SimonSezIT.com: http://bit.ly/JEWqQA Project 2013 training: https://learnoffice2013.com/ The Simon Sez IT email newsletter: http://bit.ly/18bMwY0 YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-) Video Transcription: Toby: Hello again and welcome back to our course on Project 2013. In last section we looked at some of the basic ideas behind scheduling. In this section we're going to look at leveling which is a process whereby we level the resources on a project or at least try to. We try to get to a situation where none of the resources are overallocated. Now what I'm going to do in this section is to demonstrate leveling first and then to discuss exactly what's happened and how we control it. So let's get started. We're still looking at the same schedule and in this case we've got four resource overallocations for the carpenter. In order to demonstrate leveling, what I'm going to do though is to change the view and we're going to bring up a particular variant on the Gantt Chart. So click on Gantt Chart, come to More Views, and one of the views there is Leveling Gantt. So apply the Leveling Gantt View. Now when you look at the Leveling Gantt one of the columns you can see in the table is this column, leveling delay, and the basic thing that happens when you level a project or part of a project is that leveling delay is adding to some of the tasks. Now when you see a time period like the time period, you can see here edays; you can also get things like eweeks, it's elapsed. So an eday is a 24-hour elapsed period. It doesn't relate to the number of working hours in a day, for example. It's just an elapsed period. So if something has a leveling delay of three edays, it means that task has been delayed by three elapsed days. It's moved later in our schedule. When you first look at a new project or one that hasn't been leveled before anyway, then all of the leveling delays will normally be set to zero edays and when you perform leveling, then some of the tasks will get a leveling delay added to them. So what I'm going to do now is to level this project and you'll see what effect that has. Notice at the moment that we've still got these four carpenter tasks over here. We've still got the four red markers to indicate overallocation. So let' do some leveling. Let's go to the Resource tab an in the Level Group on the Resource tab right in the middle there's a button that says Level All, and this will level the entire project. Now generally speaking you wouldn't necessarily level an entire project. You'd probably level part of it, maybe just over some time period or for one or two resources, but let's do a Level All to see what happens. Now when we've done a level all here, what actually happens is that we find that some of the tasks have leveling delays defined. Upper floor doors has got a 15 eday, elapsed day leveling delay. Now what that means if you look at the relevant part of the Gantt Chart on the right is that the little green block is where the task originally was and the blue block is where it is now, and that represents a 15 elapsed day delay. Similarly, if you look at ground floor windows that's got a seven elapsed day delay and upper floor windows has got a 12 elapsed eday delay. Notice that all of the overallocation markers have gone. So Project 2013 has successfully removed all of the overallocations on this project. Now I haven't talked so far about end dates and so on but I'm sure you can realize from this that it will have effectively pushed back the end date of our project because we've delayed some of the tasks within the project. That won't always happen though, but very often it will. Now notice that we were only getting overallocations for the carpenter, but because we said level all, all of the project has been leveled. Oh-oh! We couldn't fit the entire video transcription here - YouTube only allows 5000 characters. No worries, you can get the transcripts for all our Project 2013 videos offered here on YouTube AND a free 3-hour video course for MS Project 2013. Click here to get this free stuff: https://simonsezit.leadpages.net/free-project-2013-pdf-and-course/
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How to Setup Budget Costs in Microsoft Project 2016
 
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Get the complete 18-hour Project 2016 Beginner to Expert course for $1 here ► https://streamskill.com/p/streamskill-membership/?product_id=46085&coupon_code=YT1DOLLAR During this Microsoft Project 2016 advanced training tutorial video, we will look at what budget cost is, why people would use budget cost, and how you can compare progress on a project with a project budget. Checkout some of our other training on YouTube: Project 2016 advanced training: PLAYLIST HERE Project 2016 beginner training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3g_ABHdUU7RoGJJm-YFr4_Y Excel 2016 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hFUdlWMkTLZL-Fr3oRGN35 VBA for Excel tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hWRi0mgxdyWkT0QaYKuBGZ Visio 2013 for beginners: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jpAwkTGD6hGNxF8ML_FfsF SharePoint 2013 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jloGuvewOe0Iv1EE2POKge Stay in touch: SimonSezIT.com: http://www.simonsezit.com/ StreamSkill.com: http://streamskill.com/ YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-) Welcome back to our course on Project 2016 Advanced. In this section we’re going to look at Budget Costs. I’m going to explain to you why people use Budget Cost, why you may want to use Budget Cost and how you can compare progress on a project with a project budget, with specific reference to costs. Now I should point out that you can pretty much do the same thing with Budget Work. And the approach with Budget Work is actually very similar but we’re going to concentrate here on Budget Costs. So I’m back here at the house build project. This is version 03. If I go to the Resource Sheet you’ll see that currently the Resource Sheet is empty. And in fact there are no costs or resources assigned at all on this project yet. So one thing that I might do very early on in a project like this is prepare a budget. Now this wouldn’t necessarily relate to any very accurate estimate of cost but I might say, for example, well I think that the labor costs are going to be $40,000 and the material costs are going to be $30,000 and the legal costs are going to be $10,000 and so on. So I might come up with some budget figures. And then during the course of the project I’m going to want to see how the project is progressing against my budget. Now rather than do all of those all I’m going to do is take one element and show you how you might deal with one element and then the other elements would be dealt with in an equivalent way. Now one thing that I must make very clear at this point is that you shouldn’t confuse budget costs with baseline cost. A baseline is a copy, a saved copy of a detailed schedule at a point in time. In fact it can be a detailed or perhaps not very detailed schedule, but it’s a copy of the schedule which will include details of start dates, end date, costs, etcetera, whatever has been added at that point. Budget costs are assigned at the project level. And although we can compare the budget cost with our actual costs in whatever categories we’ve set up it’s not the same as comparing progress, actuals that is, with a baseline. So let’s use as our example a budget cost for services. And by services we mean things like connecting the house to main services and getting an inspection by a local building inspector. So first of all let’s go to the Resource Sheet and we’re going to set up a resource called Service Costs. The type is Cost and I’m also going to create a group. I’ll explain the use of the group in just a moment. Sorry, we couldn't fit the entire video transcription here since YouTube only allows 5000 characters.
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Microsoft Office Project 2013 Tutorial: Creating a Recurring Task | K Alliance
 
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Learn how to create a recurring task in this Microsoft Office Project 2013 training video. Contact K Alliance for more info. ‪http://www.kalliance.com/‬ - 1.800.330.9111 Featured Instructor - Sheri Tingle Course Duration: 7 Hours 42 Minutes Link to Course: http://www.kalliance.com/desktop/microsoft/office/project/2013/ Course Catalog: http://www.kalliance.com/catalog/ Request Your 7 Day Trial: http://www.kalliance.com/trial/ Twitter: ‪https://twitter.com/#!/K_Alliance ‬Facebook: ‪https://www.facebook.com/KAllianceTraining Microsoft Office Project 2013: New Features table of contents: 1.1 Splitting a Task for Interrupted Work Time 1.2 Viewing Project Cost Totals 1.3 Importing Outlook Tasks 1.4 Creating a Custom Report 1.5 Formatting with the Gantt Chart Wizard 1.6 Creating a New Project from a Template 1.7 Creating a New Project from Scratch 1.8 Creating Milestones 1.9 Making Changes to Task Entries 1.10 Creating a Recurring Task
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Microsoft Project 2013 Tutorial | How To Create And Use The Master Report
 
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Want all of our free Project 2013 videos? Download our free iPad app at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/video-training-courses-from/id418130423?mt=8 More details on this MS Project 2013 training can be seen at http://www.infiniteskills.com/training/learning-microsoft-project-2013.html This clip is one example from the complete course. For more free tutorials please visit our main site. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/OreillyMedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OReilly/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia Website: http://www.oreilly.com/
Microsoft Project 2013 Tutorial video in Hindi must watch.
 
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hi everyone this video help you to understand the basic of the Microsoft Project 2013 in HINDI. Must watch and i hope that i will upload more video regarding the Microsoft Project 2013. visit to www.civilnotess.com
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Video 1 Setting Up Microsoft Project
 
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This video shows you how to Set up MS Project 2010 or 2013. Illustrates how to set up MS Project as described in the Two Machine Project Exercise 1 by Brent Ward
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How to Set Costs for Tasks in Microsoft Project 2016
 
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Get my free 3 hour course for Project 2016 course ► https://simonsezit.leadpages.co/free-project-2016-course/ Get 20 training videos to help you learn MS Project 2016. Click here to get the free course: https://simonsezit.leadpages.co/free-project-2016-course/ Get the complete 9-hour Project 2016 training course here ► http://www.simonsezit.com/courses/microsoft/learn-microsoft-project-2016-training-tutorials/ During this Microsoft Project 2016 training tutorial video, we will discuss the process of setting cost for each of your tasks; how you accrue a particular cost whether at start, end, or prorated; and which calendar is used by a resource. Checkout some of our other training on YouTube: Excel 2016 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hFUdlWMkTLZL-Fr3oRGN35 Project 2013 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3i1QJ6-Z91KRjFg5dzacD1O VBA for Excel tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hWRi0mgxdyWkT0QaYKuBGZ Visio 2013 for beginners: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jpAwkTGD6hGNxF8ML_FfsF SharePoint 2013 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jloGuvewOe0Iv1EE2POKge Stay in touch: SimonSezIT.com: http://www.simonsezit.com/ StreamSkill.com: http://streamskill.com/ YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-) Hello again and welcome back to our course on Project 2016. In this section we’re going to start to look at Costs. And I’m going to begin by looking at the bathroom refit project. We’re going to look at some basic aspects of costs in this project. Then I’m going to set you Exercise 05 to do, put in a little bit more detail about cost in relation to the bathroom refit. And then in the section after that we’re going to look at a couple of other more general aspects of cost and we’re going to also look at the cost for the wedding. So first of all let’s look at the cost for the bathroom refit. And what I’m preparing here is version 05A of the bathroom refit project. And I’m going to go to the Resource Sheet and we’re going to look first of all at the cost related to the electrician. Now for work resources, generally, basically we would need at least a standard rate for a cost. And by default cost rate is entered in currency units per hour. You can express it, for instance, in cost per day but we’ll stick with per hour. And I’m going to put the electrician cost as $25 per hour as a standard rate. That’s the STD column. And I’m going to put it as $40 per hour for the overtime rate. Now as soon as I do that if I go back to the project itself, so let me just switch back to the Gantt Chart. There’s not really any noticeable different on that at all. But if I go to Project Information on the Project Tab and click on the Statistics button I’ll now see that I’ve got for the first time a cost for the bathroom refit. And it comes out, currently, at $800. Now the reason it’s $800 is of course because the electrician is scheduled to do 32 hours of work on the project. So the first fix electric is two days work. That’s 16 hours at $25. That’s $400. And then the second fix electric is the same amount, another $400. So let’s close that and let me return to the Resource Sheet. Now let’s take a look at a couple of other aspects of the cost of a work resource. We also specified here an overtime rate. And if for example I needed to get the electrician to work overtime, so to work outside the electrician’s normal hours of work then that is the rate I would need to pay the electrician at. This difference between standard rate and overtime rate can of course be very significant because it may increase the cost of, for example, keeping a project on time that is starting to slip. And sometimes you have to balance the cost of a delay against the additional cost of keeping on schedule. Cost per use relates to an additional cost for each time you might need to use a resource. This may apply to a work resource. So you may, for instance, have an agency hiring fee to pay or something like that. But it also could relate, for example, to a piece of equipment, the delivery cost of a pump or a special piece of machinery. Sorry, we couldn't fit the entire video transcription here since YouTube only allows 5000 characters.
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Microsoft Project 2013 Tutorial | Adding A Cost Resource Type
 
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Want all of our free Project 2013 videos? Download our free iPad app at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/video-training-courses-from/id418130423?mt=8 More details on this MS Project 2013 training can be seen at http://www.infiniteskills.com/training/learning-microsoft-project-2013.html This clip is one example from the complete course. For more free tutorials please visit our main site. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/OreillyMedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OReilly/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia Website: http://www.oreilly.com/
Project Profesionall 2013 + Project Server 2013 & SharePoint 2013 - Project Web Access (PWA)
 
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Project Profesionall 2013 + Project Server 2013 & SharePoint 2013 - Project Web Access (PWA)
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Task Planning using Microsoft Project
 
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In this video users will learn how to plan out their tasks within Microsoft Project. They will learn how to add tasks to a schedule, the difference between Auto and Manually scheduled tasks, how to estimate duration and work for tasks, and how to add lag and lead times to tasks dependencies.
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Project 2013- How to Create Groups
 
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Learn how to use the grouping tool in Project 2013 with this quick how-to Project 2013 tutorial. Creating and using groups will help you stay organized and on time. For more information Project 2013 Training visit http://www.keystonelearning.com/courses/project_2013_training/ KeyStone is a proud partner of Project Management Practice Inc.
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MS Project #5 : Learn To Create/Use Milestones, in Timeline, Reports ● Complete  ●  Creativity
 
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Be curious, understand and discover how milestones will help you better communicate and report in your projec, with your team, customers and stakeholders. A milestone can be any event during the life cycle of the project. They can also illustrate key events in the course of the project. Examples are start of the project, project approval date, delivery, date, in production date, Closing PSC. They can also be deliverables, like project charter, delivery of an analysis report. Learn to Create milestone Any task can be a milestone How to use milestone report This module can also be followed in three parts: Part 1 What are milestones, how to create them Part 2 Adding milestones to the timeline. Part 3 Using milestones to report. http://Vision6D.com Channel about IT Technology, Management and Communication
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How to Import Data to Project in Microsoft Project 2016
 
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Get the complete 18-hour Project 2016 Beginner to Expert course for $1 here ► https://streamskill.com/p/streamskill-membership/?product_id=46085&coupon_code=YT1DOLLAR During this Microsoft Project 2016 advanced training tutorial video, we will take a look at importing data to Project. We can do this by importing an Excel workbook using the import wizard, copying and pasting data from Word, as well as importing contents of Outlook task list. Checkout some of our other training on YouTube: Project 2016 advanced training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3ijsaeOSiLehF1bquXCxmHv Project 2016 beginner training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3g_ABHdUU7RoGJJm-YFr4_Y Excel 2016 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hFUdlWMkTLZL-Fr3oRGN35 VBA for Excel tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hWRi0mgxdyWkT0QaYKuBGZ Visio 2013 for beginners: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jpAwkTGD6hGNxF8ML_FfsF SharePoint 2013 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jloGuvewOe0Iv1EE2POKge Stay in touch: SimonSezIT.com: http://www.simonsezit.com/ StreamSkill.com: http://streamskill.com/ YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-) Hello again and welcome back to our course on Project 2016 Advanced. In this section I’m going to look at importing data into Project and in the next section I’m going to look at exporting data from Project. So there are various ways in which data can be presented to you for import to Project 2016. One very common way is in the form of an Excel workbook. In this case I have a workbook with a single sheet and it’s just got four columns on it, Task Name, Start Date, Finish Date, and Scheduled Work. Note that the first row contains the four headings. Now if I want to create a project on the basis of this one of the most straightforward ways is from Project to open this workbook. So let me just switch into Project. So File, Open. Now I’m going to browse to the course files folder. By default Open gives me access to MPP files. But if I look at the dropdown here where MPP is the default the other options are Project Templates, three options for Excel workbooks. That’s the current Excel workbook format, the Excel binary workbook format and the older Excel workbook format. It’s the first one I’m going to use in just a moment. The other three options here are Text files, CSV files, XML files. Now if I select the first one it’s going to take me into the Import Wizard. Click on Open. There’s the Import Wizard. Now one of the important things here is to just bear in mind am I going to need to do this import again? Am I going to, for example, get a workbook every week with an update to the project? If I’m going to have to do this import again then it’s a good idea to save a map or I should say the map of what this import involves. So when I click on Next one of the options is Do you want to create a new map here or do you want to use an existing map? If you’ve done an equivalent import before you can save yourself some time by using an existing map. Now as you’ll see in just a moment if you do decide to save the map that gets created anyway you will be able to use it again quite easily and you manage maps using the Organizer. So click on Next. Sorry, we couldn't fit the entire video transcription here since YouTube only allows 5000 characters.
Views: 13617 Simon Sez IT
3 Week Look Ahead - Lisa
 
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Viewing your 3 week look ahead.
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Microsoft Project 2013 Tutorial - Practicalities in Sharing Resources
 
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Get my free 3 hour course for Project 2013 course. Get 20 training videos to help you learn MS Project 2013. Click here to get the free course: https://simonsezit.leadpages.net/free-project-2013-course/ Watch the full course at http://www.simonsezit.com/courses/microsoft/learn-microsoft-project-2013-advanced-training-tutorials/ Get our Project 2013 beginner training here: http://www.simonsezit.com/courses/microsoft/learn-microsoft-project-2013-training-tutorials/ In this video, discover the available options when sharing a resource pool while working in Microsoft Project 2013. Get the full course on Project 2013 advanced course here: http://www.simonsezit.com/courses/microsoft/learn-microsoft-project-2013-advanced-training-tutorials/ Get 36 hours of Microsoft Project training here: http://www.simonsezit.com/learn-microsoft-project-training-tutorials/ Stay in touch: SimonSezIT.com: http://bit.ly/JEWqQA Project 2013 training: https://learnoffice2013.com/ The Simon Sez IT email newsletter: http://bit.ly/18bMwY0 YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-) Video Transcription: Toby: Welcome back to our course on Project 2013 Advanced. In the previous section, we took our NFF Master project and we separated out the resource pool completely, and then we made sure that the master project uses the resource pool, and then that the three subprojects within the master project also used that same resource pool. In this way, we've truly got a common sharing of resources throughout the project. Now in this section what we're going to do is to look at the practicalities of working in this situation. Let's begin by supposing that I'm the project manager for the overall project and what I want to do now is to simply open the master project. Now when I try to open the master project, I immediately come across one of the key points that's necessary to understand when it comes to sharing resources. So if I click on File and then from the Open, I click on NFF Master; I see a message. Now you can already see the master project there, the Gantt Chart View in the background but what happens is that Project 2013 realizes that this particular project is using a resource pool and it gives me two choices. Now one choice, as you can see from the selected radio button there, is Open resource pool to see assignments across all sharer files. Now if I'm interested in looking at resourcing and in particular if I may want to look at resource leveling or resource overallocation, in order to really see what's going on it's going to be necessary for me to open the resource pool. In opening the resource pool, that will give me the ability to look at resource assignments throughout all of the projects that share that resource pool. Now, I did mention earlier on that it's not necessarily the case that that resource pool is only being used by the projects you've seen before. What if one of the other project managers in my company has been told to use the same resource pool? That other project manager may be using those resources and making assignments in those resources as well. So what it's really saying to me here is if you want to be able to look at resource assignments and know how your resource assignments are looking, you need to open the pool itself so that you can see assignments across all of the projects that are sharing that resource pool. Now as you'll see, when I come to open this project and the resource pool in a little while, it will actually be opened in Read Only mode so I won't be able to make changes to the resource pool as such. We're going to look at that a little bit later on. But it does enable me to see assignments. Now the second option says "Do not open other files." So in this case, I'm not going to be able to see the assignments. So in what sort of situation might I choose that option? Well, clearly I'm not going to choose that when I've got resource assignments to make or change because I won't be able to check the availability of resources even. But I might choose it in situations such as one where what I really want to do is to add a load of tasks to a project and I'm not doing resource assignments at the moment. I'm just basically entering the task, maybe even importing them from another source. I'm going to deal with resources later on. Oh-oh! We couldn't fit the entire video transcription here - YouTube only allows 5000 characters. No worries, you can get the transcripts for all our Project 2013 videos offered here on YouTube AND a free 3-hour video course for MS Project 2013. Click here to get this free stuff: https://simonsezit.leadpages.net/free-project-2013-pdf-and-course/
Views: 18528 Simon Sez IT
How to Level Resources in Project 2016
 
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Get my free 3 hour course for Project 2016 course ► https://simonsezit.leadpages.co/free-project-2016-course/ Get 20 training videos to help you learn MS Project 2016. Click here to get the free course: https://simonsezit.leadpages.co/free-project-2016-course/ Get the complete 9-hour Project 2016 training course here ► http://www.simonsezit.com/courses/microsoft/learn-microsoft-project-2016-training-tutorials/ During this Microsoft Project 2016 training tutorial video, we will discuss about the basics of resource leveling. We will be demonstrating on the manual resolution of over allocation. Checkout some of our other training on YouTube: Excel 2016 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hFUdlWMkTLZL-Fr3oRGN35 Project 2013 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3i1QJ6-Z91KRjFg5dzacD1O VBA for Excel tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hWRi0mgxdyWkT0QaYKuBGZ Visio 2013 for beginners: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jpAwkTGD6hGNxF8ML_FfsF SharePoint 2013 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jloGuvewOe0Iv1EE2POKge Stay in touch: SimonSezIT.com: http://www.simonsezit.com/ StreamSkill.com: http://streamskill.com/ YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-) Hello and welcome back to our course on Project 2016. We’re starting this section from Wedding 05 and we’re going to look at Resource Leveling. The way we left things in the preceding section is that I had assigned the bride and groom to the tasks for which they have a level of involvement during the planning of the wedding. And we can see that both of them are significantly over-allocated, particularly during one period in the second half of December where they have a lot of different things to be doing all at once. You can see the specific tasks that are over-allocated with the indicator in the left hand column there in the display. And as I pointed out to you in the preceding section if we look at the Resource Sheet the two resources there that are marked in red are the ones that are over-allocated. And of course in something like this project we don’t really have the option of say having a couple of extra brides or a couple of extra grooms to spread the work over. In another project, such as for example the bathroom refit, if the tiler or the plasterer or the bathroom fitter had too much work to do you could possibly get a second person into help but that isn’t really an option for us here. Now one of the things that I mentioned in the preceding section, which is of course a very important thing to do, is to make sure that you have your default task type set correctly. Let’s just take a look at that now. On the Schedule page in Project Options in Scheduling Options for this project note that I have this project selected. So that’s Wedding 05. And the default task type I now have is fixed duration. Note also that I have the checkbox, New tasks are effort driven, is not checked. Now if I go back to this dropdown here, for all new projects my overall default is still a default task type of fixed units. So in the absence of a specific change for a specific project, that is if you like my default default it’s fixed units. You will obviously need to set that up in the way that suits you. It’s very likely when you are planning projects and as your projects progress that you will experience overallocation of resources and there are a number of ways of resolving these overallocations and we’re going to be looking at quite a few during the course. But before we do just one very important point to make is this. There isn’t some universal, if you like, panacea for overallocations. There isn’t one way of resolving overallocations, which is always the right way of doing it. The resolution of overallocations almost always involves understanding the underlying project, the underlying business, the underlying activity that your project relates to because you have quite a few, if you like, nobs and dials that you can adjust in order to get the best result when you’re resolving overallocations. Sorry, we couldn't fit the entire video transcription here since YouTube only allows 5000 characters.
Views: 25350 Simon Sez IT
Microsoft Project - Calendars
 
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By Andrew Gould https://www.wiseowl.co.uk - Learn how to set up and modify calendars in Microsoft Project. Find out about important settings to make sure your resources are only working when they are supposed to! You can read the companion article to this video at https://www.wiseowl.co.uk/blog/s236/using_calendars_in_microsoft_project Visit www.wiseowl.co.uk for more online training resources in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft Visio, SQL Server, Reporting Services, Analysis Services, Visual Studio, ASP.NET, VB.NET, C# and more!
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Learn Microsoft project 2010 in 15 minutes
 
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This is a Quick start guide for Microsoft project 2010. You will learn to create your own project plan in 15 minutes flat.
Views: 57894 Project2010bites
Video 3: Microsoft Project 2013 - That's new in the Project Client
 
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New features in Project Professional 2013 are shown live in this TPG Expert-Webinar with Dr. Thomas Henkelmann. Thomas also shows a preview on some new TPG Apps for Project 2013 like a Milestone Trend Analysis (MTA) and a Risk Chart. These Apps will be available from November 2012 on in the Microsoft SharePoint Online Shop.
Views: 15542 TPG The Project Group

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