Everyone's always looking for shortcuts in life so I figured I'd share some of my favorite Project keyboard shortcut commands. You have to concentrate a bit at first to use them but once you have them down you will save lots of time not having to constantly switch between your keyboard and mouse.
For the full list see: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/project/HP453045851033.aspx
The slide deck with an overview of the Project and Project Server 2007 Infrastructure Update has been posted on EPMConnect: A briefing on the released Project Infrastructure Update - the quality has just got even better
This 53 slide deck contains the following:
The demo image used during the presentation is our standard Project Portfolio Management virtual image (email firstname.lastname@example.org to get a copy) with the IU applied to it.
The webcast will be posted within the next two weeks.
See Christophe's post for more information.
The following Help articles have been updated to reflect changes included as part of the Infrastructure Update.
Microsoft Office Project 2007:
· Assign a resource to a task
· Enter costs for resources
· Overview of project cost information
Microsoft Office Project Server 2007:
· Create or modify a custom field
· Managing jobs (events) in the Project Server Queue
· Report the status of my tasks
· Submit my timesheet
Check out the new help content that has come out over the past month.
Watch this: Use lag and lead time
This demo shows how to use lag and lead time to create gaps and overlaps between tasks in a project.
Watch this: Show the critical path
This demo shows you several ways to display a project's critical tasks. It also shows how to display multiple critical paths in a single project.
Create work breakdown structure (WBS) codes
This topic has been updated with more information about basic view usage.
Set lead or lag time (float) between tasks
This topic has had a number of terms added to make it more searchable from the perspective of the PMBOK.
Use templates in Project 2007
More information on templates.