Do you manage projects? Then you know how challenging it can be to manage all the bits and pieces of a project. Microsoft Project can help you manage your projects. In this video, learn to create and save a project, add tasks, outline tasks and link tasks, change the view, and finally print a plan in Project.
- [Narrator] Project is an application to keep track of, … well, your projects. … From planning corporate events to building a house, … you can manage and track the progress of your plan … using Project. … We'll be using the desktop version of Project … to create a very simple migration plan. … To start, we'll select a blank project template. … Next, I'm going to add in the four task … for the migration plan. … Our four task are, … Discover, Assess, Target and Migrate. … Two of these task have subtask. … To add a subtask, select the row below the task, … right click, Insert Task … and then provide the name for your task. … And I'm going to do the same thing for Assess. … To make these true subtask, … I must indent them. … Select the task, … in the ribbon under Task in the Schedule section, … select Indent Task … and do that to both. … Typically in a project, … we cannot begin one task … until the previous task has been completed, … and we can configure Project to manage this … for us automatically. …
- Troubleshooting account and startup issues
- Repairing Office apps
- Working with Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Power BI
- Creating diagrams with Visio
- Staying on top of tasks using Microsoft Project and Planner
- Configuring Outlook
- Communicating with Teams
- Working with OneDrive and SharePoint
- Sharing content with Sway and Stream
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Users Started
4. Getting Things Done
6. Media Rich Apps
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