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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Project 2002 by Tim Pyron

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Exploring Project Management

You might have been anxious to try out the new Microsoft Project software—to get your hands on the keyboard and mouse and to see how it all works. So, you dove right in… and now you’re looking for additional help. That’s perfectly understandable, because becoming a confident user of Microsoft Project is not easy, especially if you don’t have a project management background. There are many special terms to learn (such as critical path, task dependencies, and leveling resources), and most of the screens in Project are unlike any you’ve seen in Word or Excel. You will learn faster if you start with some understanding of the special requirements of project management. So, unless you’re an old hand at project management, ...

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