Over the past 21 months I have written 11 blogs for Microsoft Project Support. I wrote these blogs to help students and project managers use this software, which may look easy to use and self-teach, but is actually quite a complex product.

I have now brought these blogs together into an index of blogs, to help students find the correct article.

My Microsoft Project Experience

I have been teaching Microsoft Project since the year 2000, and have used all versions of the desktop software. (Including versions 98, 2000, 2002, 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016). I delivered a one-day training course in Project over 70 times, and have to admit that I learnt something new every time!

I hold the Microsoft Project 74-343 certification.

During 2016 and 2017 I spent 60 days working as a consultant using Microsoft Project. This was as a planner on a real business change project.

Microsoft Project Support

This is therefore an index of links to the tips, and suggested structure, for a Microsoft Project Support that I have written over the past 21 months.

Microsoft Project Videos

I also have a playlist of Microsoft Project screen capture ‘how-to’s’ created over the past years. This list currently includes 22 videos.

Microsoft Project YouTube Playlist.

Index of Microsoft Project Support Blogs

DateTitle and Contents
18 July 2016Float. Slack Free and Total
16 August 2016Project Baselines
5 September 2016Constraints – Dynamic Plans
13 September 2016Green and Red Milestones
1 September 2017Traffic Lights in MS Project 2016
11 November 2017Assignments in Microsoft Project
11 November 2017Work Contours in Microsoft Project
23 November 2017The Team Planner in Microsoft Project
2 January 2018(Not) Using Calendars in Microsoft Project
8 February 2018Work and Duration in Microsoft Project
14 February 2018Managing Project Costs in Microsoft Project

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Posted On: 20th March 2018

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