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