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Using Microsoft® Project 2010 by Brian Kennemer, Sonia Atchison

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3. Starting a Project

This chapter covers how to start planning a project using Project 2010.

The process of creating a plan in Project 2010 begins before work is done on any part of a project, before the schedule is set, before tasks are even identified. Creating a new project in Project 2010 means setting up the framework for the plan, and making some decisions about how the plan will be carried out, when people will be working on it, and what factors matter most while work is being done on the project.

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