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Using Microsoft® Project 2010 by Brian Kennemer, Sonia Atchison

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11. Dealing with Problems

This chapter covers how you can use Project 2010 to resolve common problems with your project.

While managing projects, you will, no doubt, run into any number of problems. This book has provided you with many of the processes for dealing with basic problems, such as splitting tasks and reassigning work to other resources. This chapter covers a few of the more common problem scenarios that we haven’t yet dealt with in this book, and how you can use Project 2010 to resolve the issues.

Tell Me More: Media 11.1—Avoiding Future Problems by Using Project 2010 Now

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