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Is there online/tutorial/documentation for Microsoft Project?
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New to a small company and we do not have a Master Scheduler - I'd like to find an online course to brush up on my Microsoft Project skills. Thanks!
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Hey Dayna. Did you check the Microsoft Project User Group? They usually have such resources. You might also have a chapter close by that could help you.
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Nov 10, 2017 2:15 PM
Dayna Strong
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Thanks so much, I'll be sure to check this out!
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Nov 10, 2017 2:10 PM
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Hey Dayna. Did you check the Microsoft Project User Group? They usually have such resources. You might also have a chapter close by that could help you.
Thanks so much, I'll be sure to check this out!
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Dayna - four letters for you ..... MPUG as Stéphane already suggested. Buy a subscription, its worth it. Have fun!
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Dayna -

To complement the MPUG participation recommendation, I'd suggest investing in a good book such as Eric Uyttewaal's Forecast Scheduling with Microsoft Project.

Kiron
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Below links will help you start -

https://www.smartsheet.com/microsoft-proje...utorial-newbies

https://www.tutorialspoint.com/ms_project/ms_project_tutorial.pdf
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Dayna,

MS Projects comes with some excellent project templates that you can use to create your project. Just jump in and experiment with it. It's not that hard to use.
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I am currently utilizing Lynda.com. Its a monthly subscription to tutorials and lessons for an assortment of programs. I have the Project software videos bookmarked. I decided to freshen up my Excel skills, and I thought I was pretty competent in Excel, to begin with, and I am pretty amazed by how much I am learning from these lessons. I don't work for them, so this is not a paid endorsement. I particularly like downloading the exercise files and actually getting my hands dirty as the video plays. It helps solidify the lessons. I learn best by doing.

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