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Microsoft® Office Project 2007 Inside Out by Teresa S. Stover

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Working with the Project Portfolio

The Project Center is your hub of information for your project portfolio. This is where you can inspect the views of an individual project or analyze aspects of multiple projects to get the high-level picture of projects you need.

You can see the projects that are taking the bulk of your resources’ time. This can help you determine whether you need to shift resource allocation and to ramp up or ramp down on hiring or the use of vendors.

You can use specialized views to look at overall costs of entire projects. You can combine projects in different ways to see those costs from various angles.

Most importantly, you can get that vital "view from 30,000 feet" into the collection of your organization’s projects and gain ...

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