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Covering everything from the basics of project management to the ins and outs of integrating Project 2007 with other Office applications, Project 2007 Essential Training is a comprehensive and valuable course. Instructor Lorna A. Daly teaches users how to work with Project 2007 to best analyze and manage business ventures of any scope. She explains how to organize resources and assign work, how to streamline processes and resolve project conflicts, and how to customize and optimize Project 2007 for future tasks.
This course qualifies for 4 Category A professional development units (PDUs) through lynda.com, PMI Registered Education Provider #4101.
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Hi, I am Lorna Daly and I am going to be your guide on an exploration of the latest release of Project from Microsoft, Project 2007. I've been training people in software applications for the last 16 years, from users afraid to touch the keyboard to those who feel they are old pros. One of the things I like the most about training software is helping people make the transition from one space to the other. When you first open this new Project application you may feel like a novice user, but hopefully you'll feel much better by the time you're done.
Now, what we're going to learn about the Microsoft Project is all of the basics that you're going to need to know about creating a project within the application, so I'm really gearing this towards people that are brand-new to using the Project tool. I hope that you will enjoy these series of movies and learn a lot about Project 2007, and I'll see you again at the end.
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