Have you ever wondered what is the best way to see which tasks are scheduled to take place next week across multiple projects? How can you group task data using specific resource fields? What is the easiest way to create a quick customized Dashboard report?
Ellen Lehnert, Microsoft MVP, renowned technical writer and trainer is back to Milwaukee to share more of her tips and tricks.
During this very interactive session, these questions and others will be answered. The session is designed to show you suggestions that you can apply to your schedules to enhance
MS Project 2010/2013 immediate usage. Bring your questions and try to stump the MVP. Leave this session with tips and tricks documented so you can try them immediately on your schedules.
6:00-6:15pm – Networking
6:15-7:30pm - Meeting
Campana & Schott
13010 Morris Road, Building 1, Suite 600
Alpharetta, GA 30004
Ellen Lehnert, MS Project MVP, PMP, MCP
Ellen Lehnert, PMP and Microsoft Project MVP is a Consultant/Trainer for MS Project/MS Project Server. With over 20 years of corporate training and consulting experience, Ellen has taught MS Project over 400 times. She is the author of "Managing Projects using MS Project
2010 desktop" courseware, a co-author of "Managing Projects using MS Project 2013 courseware", a contributor and tech editor for many reference books, is a developer for the MS Project 2010 & 2013 certification tests, writes a column for the Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG) newsletter, is a board member Chicago MPUG, and is a frequent meeting speaker for Microsoft, MPUG and PMI.
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