TRICKS AND TRAPS FOR MICROSOFT PROJECT

Microsoft Project is a project management software product, developed and sold by Microsoft. It is designed to assist a project manager in developing a plan, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing the budget, and analyzing workloads.

Written by Paul E. Harris and published by BPB Publications, the two titles that reveal the unimaginable in-built traps that will trick even the most experienced users of MS Project are:

  • 99 Tricks and Traps for Microsoft Project 2013
  • 99 Tricks and Traps for Microsoft Project 2013 & 2016

These books quickly get down to the issues that many people grapple with when trying to use some of the more advanced features of the software and enlighten the readers on the traps that some users fall into and how to avoid them. It demonstrates how the software tricks and explains some tricks that may be used to become more productive with the software and generate better schedules. MS Project is an extremely capable tool, but in the quest to make the tool easier to use and more capable, the designers have programmed in a number of traps for the unwary. For the people new to scheduling, and those transitioning from other tools, they need to understand the behavior and limitations of this software.

The books are suitable for people who understand the basics of MS Project but want a short guide to give them insights into less intuitive features of the software. It is a sort of book that can be read on the go. The books can be looked at through the following links:

99 Tricks & Traps For Microsoft Project 2013 By Paul E. Harris

99 Trics & Traps For Microsoft Project 2013 & 2016 By Paul E. Harris

To order or to know more about the books, visit, http://www.bpbonline.com

 

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