Each student, upon completion of the course, will receive a printable Certificate of Completion from RedWave Technology Group, LLC. This certificate will contain the date of completion, the course title, and the student name.
- File Management Tools – One of the first steps for getting the most out of any software is understanding it at a core level. This module helps with that as it looks at file formats, how to use AutoSave, how to set file passwords, and manage file properties.
- Advanced Task Management – This module delves into task management. Here, students will learn how to: split tasks, overlap tasks, delay tasks, assign variable units to a task, and change remaining work.
- Advanced Task Operations – This module gives students a closer look at tasks. They will learn about fixed duration tasks and how to: set and modify fixed tasks, add a hyperlink to a task, and add custom fields to a task.
- Advanced Views – Views allow users of Microsoft Project 2013 to view project information from a wide variety of configurations. Here, students will learn how to: apply advanced views, view tables, create custom tables, and create custom views.
- Adding a Shape – Shapes are useful for a Gantt chart to help illustrate the information that it is displaying. This module teaches how to: draw, move, resize, and delete a shape.
- Formatting a Shape – It’s not much good to put a shape on a chart and not know how to manipulate it, and that’s where this module will be helpful. This module shows how to: change the order of shapes, change the line color, change the fill color, and attach a drawing to a task.
- Adding a Graphical Indicator – Graphical indicators display the progress of a task or other information with a combination of symbols and/or colors. This module shows students how to: understand graphical indicators, set up the field, create the indicator, use formulas with graphical indicators, and import criteria from other files.
- Formatting the Gantt Chart, Part One – In this module, students will learn how to: change the text style, change the gridline settings, choose a layout, and format columns.
- Formatting the Gantt Chart, Part Two – This module continues on with a look at formatting Gantt charts. Covered here is how to: format bars and bar styles, choose tasks to view, choose a baseline, and show and hide task information.
- Working with Variances – This module gives insight into how to: use the variance table, check for variances, display work for variances, and display cost variances.
- The Work Breakdown Structure Code – The Work Breakdown Structure Code gives an idea of where a task fits into a project. Covered in this module is how to: understand the WBS code, assign WBS code to a task, view the WBS code of a project, and customize WBS code.
- Saving Cube Data – An OLAP (Online Analytical Processing) cube is larger than a database and allows faster analysis of its data and can analyze data from multiple perspectives. This module shows how to: choose OLAP data, use the field picker, save the cube, and save a database.