Communicating Project Information with Project 2010
Individuals involved in managing projects who have basic computer literacy
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It’s been said that communication is the single most important factor in the success or failure of a project. And it’s not only what you communicate, but how you format your communications to ensure they are clear, concise, and targeted to your audience. This course introduces the different reporting options you have within Project 2010, including how to create and print standard reports and how to report project information using the Timeline view. This course also introduces techniques for adding graphics to reports.
Preparing and Sharing Project Information
- create a standard report using Project 2010
- print a project report
- apply text formatting options to a report
- add graphics to a project
- use the Timeline as a reporting tool in Project 2010
- customize the Gantt chart view
- create and format a customized standard report
- use the Timeline view to create a project report
- create a customized report with graphics using the Gantt Chart view