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In a nutshell, Project is a tool that project managers can't—well, shouldn't —live without, and since you are about to discover your own inner project manager, consider learning to use this tool. It's a great way to keep your projects on time and within budget.
Okay, so someone in a senior position has had his midnight epiphany about the project that's going to change the world, and you're the one who's going to make his delusions—I mean dreams—come true.
Now I know that some of you are thinking, "I have Excel and Outlook; what more do I need to get this going?" Needless to say, I know that those two programs are great at what they do, but if you have a complicated task that involves multiple people, many deadlines, a variety of tasks, reporting and presentations, I can safely say that Excel and Outlook together won't be able to do what Project does.
First, take a look at some of the video tutorial about getting started with Project 2010. If you're using Project 2007, the two versions are very similar.
Now, feast your eyes on this very incomprehensive list of what this all-in-one project management program can help you do:
Read more about basic tasks in Project to get a better idea of all it can do. Also, here is a great resource for getting started with Project, and you can access all the online help, training, and demos for ALL versions of Project here.
And there you have it, a an all-in-one program created to make sure that you can manage your work as well as impress that night owl and make his pet project a reality.
"Whenever you are asked if you can do a job, tell 'em, 'Certainly I can!' Then get busy and find out how to do it." — Theodore Roosevelt
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I have an enormous project that includes 4 major categories and I would like to use page breaks in order to make it easier to read b/c as is now there are too many subtasks and it's overwhelming. Is there a way to put a page break into a Project file? Also, how can i get rid of the summary bar.