This guide is intended as a beginners guide to Primavera. By the endit, you should be able to confidently enter information into Primavera,and be able to present it in a sharp and meaningful manner.This guide will also look at resources, multiple layouts, progressreporting, filters and target programmes.The assumption when writing this guide is that Primavera has alreadybeen loaded onto the user’s computer. Further, it assumes noknowledge of Primavera by the user, but it does presume a level of computer literacy in the user.The first thing to note about Primavera, and to bear in mind as youwork through this tutorial, is that it saves every change made whileyou work. As such there is no simple “undo” button – any changesmade can only be reversed by re-entering the data. When you exit theprogramme the only thing that you are asked to save is the layout thatyou have defined: everything else has been auto-saved.A recommended way of using this guide is to follow the steps first onthe example provided, then on a project which has more relevance toyou.
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Primavera does allow you to have more than one project open at anyone time – simply open or create another project and you can movebetween the two projects at will by selecting the project from underthe “Window” tab at the top of the page.
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Introduction,Getting Started, Entering Your First Activities,Establishing Your Layout,Developing The Programme,Organising The Programme, Filtering the Programme, Resources, Progress Reporting, Conclusion, Exercises on Primavera