99 Tricks and Traps for Microsoft Office Project 2013

99 Tricks and Traps for Microsoft Office Project 2013This book and TrapsPDFEPUB #229quickly gets down to the issues that many people grapple with when trying to use some of theadvanced features of the software and enlightens readers on the traps that some users fall into and 99 TricksePUB #9734how to avoid them It demonstrates how the software ticks and explains some tricks that may be used to becomeproductive with the software and generate better schedules Suitable for people who understand the basics of Microsoft Project Tricks and TrapsPDF #205but want a short guide to give them insight into the less intuitive features of the software It is packed with screen shots, constructive tips and is written in plain English The book is based on the Microsoft Projectbut may be used with earlier versions of Microsoft Project as this book points out the differences where appropriateThis book quickly gets down to the issues that many people grapple with when trying to use some of the advanced features of the software and enlightens readers on the traps that some users fall into and how to avoid them It demonstrates how the software ticks and explains some tricks that may be used to become productive with the software and generate better schedules Suitable for people who understand the basics of Microsoft Project but want a short guide to give them insight into the less intuitive features of the software It is packed with screen shots, constructive tips and is written in plain English The book is based on the Microsoft Projectbut may be used with earlier versions of Microsoft Project as this book points out the differences where appropriateThis book quickly gets down to the issues that many people grapple with when trying to use some of the advanced features of the software and enlightens readers on the traps that some users fall into and how to avoid them It demonstrates how the software ticks and explains some tricks that may be used to become productive with the software and generate better schedules Suitable for people who understand the basics of Microsoft Project but want a short guide to give them insight into the less intuitive features of the software It is packed with screen shots, constructive tips and is written in plain English The book is based on the Microsoft Projectbut may be used with earlier versions of Microsoft Project as this book points out the differences where appropriate.

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    Hi All, I have just purchased Paul E Harris’ book “99 Tricks and Traps for Microsoft Project 2013” and want to tell you that this is an absolutely essential book to have if you are using MS Project 2013 (and even version 2010) This book is very well written and illustrated I bought the Kindle version and the graphics are very clear and very easy to view.As a scheduling practitioner since 1979 and a subject matter expert on scheduling, I particularly like the fact that Paul has provided solutions to issues that I totally share and have been teaching in my course on using MS Project It is clear to me that Paul understands this software as well as anyone that I have met; you can trust what he says.The author demonstrates a clear understanding of scheduling best practices and translates these into application in MS Project This book is easily worth than $100 because the advice the author gives will save you way in lost productivity and reduction of confusion and frustration I intend to make this a highly recommended publication to all my future students and anyone else that I come across who uses MS Project It compliments my teachings very well.

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