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Microsoft Project 2010 Basic

About this course:

This 2-day course is for new users of Project 2010 who want to get started on planning their projects in Project 2010.
Overall, the objective of the course is to make participants feel comfortable with Project 2010. Completion of this course
forms a strong foundation for MCTS Exam 70-178:TS: Microsoft Project 2010, Managing Projects.
Course Overview:
This course teaches the basic commands and features of Microsoft Project 2010. Students will learn how to create and
modify task lists, establish a project schedule, create calendars, assign resources to tasks, track costs, and work with
different views and tables. Students will also apply filters and groups, and sort task and resource data. They will also get
insight on Communicating Project Information through Views and Reports.
Who Should Attend:
The Fundamentals course is for novice users of MS Project who want to get started on planning their projects in MS Project.
There are no pre-requisites as such, and any team member, team leader or project manager can attend this course on
Project 2010, even if you have never used the MS Project application.
Students should also have a working knowledge of the following:

Basic project management concepts and terminology.

Basic Windows navigation skills.

Learning Objectives:
You will learn how to:

Navigate the Project 2010 interface: the ribbon

Set up a new project in Project 2010

Enter deliverables and tasks: Create a WBS

Enter duration or work estimates

Enter dependencies between tasks

Enter deadlines and constraints

Define and assign resources

Optimize the schedule

Modify views and reports

Enter and track progress

Course Outline:
Module 1: Project Management Overview

Enter and track progress

Module 2: Microsoft Project 2010 Overview

Project Option

Ribbon Interface


Views overview

Module 3: Initializing a Project

Creating a New Project


Excel Workbook

Sharepoint list


Setting Project Options

Setting up Base Calendar

Project Information

Module 4: Creating Tasks

Entering Task names

Entering Durations

Automatic and Manual Scheduling

Summary Tasks

Entering Phases


Work Breakdown Structure

Creating Task Relationships

Configuring Advanced Task Information

Task Information / Task form

Task types


Module 5: Creating Resources

Types of Resources in Project

Creating New Work Resource

Entering Resource Rates

Entering Resource Capacity

Resource Calendar

Creating Material Resources

Creating Cost Resources

Module 6: Applying Resources to Tasks

Applying Work Resources to Tasks

Applying Material Resource to Task

Applying Cost Resources to Task

Module 7: Project Costs

Project Summary Task

Project Duration

Project Cost

Module 8: Reviewing and Finalizing the Schedule

Setting up Baseline

Module 9: Working with Views and Tables

Timeline and other views

Formatting Gantt Chart

Module 10: Filters, Groups and Sorting

Creating and applying Filters, Groups and Sorting

Module 11: Tracking and Updating Projects

Entering Task Updates

Tracking Gantt

Module12: Printing Views, Reports, and Visual Reports

Communicating Project Information through Reporting

Module 13: Project Closure

Using Project Closure Methodologies

Closing a Project

Cancelling Unnecessary Tasks

Marking Milestones as Complete