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MS Project Tutorial

MS Project Tutorial

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MS Project Tutorial
MS Project 2003
is a family of products designed to address the work and peoplemanagement needs of any organization.
 Project 2003
suit of products include
MS-Office Project Standard 
MS-Office Project Professional 
MS-Office Project Server 
, and
MS-Office Project Web Access
 Project Professional 
is the desktop project management program that can be used with
 Project Server 
 Project Web Access
to form the
 Enterprise Project Management 
(EPM) Solution.
 Project Server 
is the flexible platform that supports the portfolio management, resourcemanagement, and collaboration capabilities in the EPM Solution. Project Server enablesorganizations to store project and resource information centrally and consistently.
 Project Web Access
is the Web portal that enables you to connect to the project andresource information that is stored in Project Server and collaborate on projects. Teammembers who need access to Project Server information but do not require the schedulingcapabilities of Project Professional—can use Project Web Access through a Web browser to view and analyze information.In this lab we would be learning to use only the “Project Professional”. “Project Server”and “Project web access” are not installed in the CIS servers.
Things that you should do/think about before
Before embarking on the project you need to put down a few key points very clearly -1.Conceptualize and identify the purpose of the project2.Define its objectives3.Finalize its scope4.Identify its activities5.Assign resources to activities6.Create an estimate of time and costs7.Make honest assumptions about various relevant factors that can affect theduration of a project and its costs8.Discuss alternative scenarios and build contingency plansMS Project cannot help you with (1), (2), (7) and (8) but it can carry the remaining on itsshoulders and sail you smoothly to your goals.
Terms that you need to knowTasks
: They are a division of all the work that needs to be completed in order toaccomplish the project goals.There are 4 major types of tasks:1.
Summary tasks-
They contain subtasks and their related properties.2.
they are smaller tasks that are part of a summary task.3.
 Recurring tasks-
are tasks that occur at regular intervals.4.
are like interim goals in the project. They are tasks that are set tozero duration.
of any project is a combination of all individual tasks and their goals.
can be people, equipment, materials or services that are needed to completevarious tasks. The amount of resources affects the scope and time of any project.
Today’s lab
Things to do:
1.Create Projec2.Add Tasks and subtasks to a project 3.Assign task duration4.Show progress of task (how much has been accomplished?)
Go to Start-> All Programs ->Microsoft Office Project 2003
I)Create a Project
You should be able to see a ‘tasks’ list on theleft as shown here. Click on “Define the project”link.1.Give the start date of your project.2.Click on “Save and go to Step23.For Collaborate on your project, select“No” and go to Step 3.4.Save and finish.If you want to specify which days and hoursyou want the team to work, or which daysare off/holidays then click on “Definegeneral working time” and follow the 5steps. In our case we might not want to dothat.Click on “List the tasks in the project”.

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