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Microsoft® Office Project 2003 Inside Out by Teresa S. Stover

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Chapter 12. Reporting Project Information

By now, you've built your project plan and you're using it to track progress and display project information. Because you're now in the execution and control processes of the project, you'll need to share important data with stakeholders. For example, your new test procedure might have worked better than expected, but your materials testing ran into some unanticipated slowdowns. All this information is reflected in the project plan. However, for different audiences and different purposes, you ...

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