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Special Edition Using Microsoft Project 2000

by Tim Pyron

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0789722534, Paperback)

In an increasingly complex world, the necessity for greater flexibility and understanding of project management is coming in to its own--even though most people manage projects as part of their other duties. Special Edition Using Project 2000 provides you with a comprehensive understanding of the features, functions and best practices of project management, by thoroughly covering the industry's leading project management tool. This book provides you with a firm grasp of the installation, configuration and troubleshooting of Microsoft Project. You will learn to schedule tasks effectively, track costs, review and distribute information (especially Web distribution), project analysis, juggling multiple projects effectively, and customization, including macro and VBA integration.

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