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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Project 2002 by Tim Pyron

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Exploring the Microsoft Project Window

After you select a file to work on, you see the Microsoft Project title bar at the top of the screen, along with the menu bar, toolbars, and the Entry bar. In the center of the screen are the View bar, the Project Guide sidepane, and the view area itself—where Project displays a view of the project data. The View bar lets you quickly choose among various views of the project data. Figure 2.3 shows a project displayed in the Gantt Chart view.

Figure 2.3. The Gantt Chart view is the most commonly used view in Microsoft Project.

The Gantt Chart view, Project’s default view, is divided into two parts: a table ...

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