Microsoft Project 2003: Web Access
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Length: 1 Day
Delivery Method: Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities
* Discounting may be available for multiple students attending from the same organization and for private training classes; contact us for more information.
Course Description: Completing projects successfully requires good communication between all team members. A Microsoft Enterprise Project Management solution provides a framework for electronically creating and managing projects within an organization. In this course, you will use Microsoft Project Web Access 2003 to view and access project information located on the server, as well as to report progress on assigned project tasks.
Course Objective: You will use Project Web Access to connect to the Project Server in order to view, report progress on, and communicate information regarding task assignments. You will also manage to-do lists, create status reports, and access issues, risks, and documents. Finally, you will use both the Project and Resource Centers to view project status
Target Student: This course is designed for individuals who will need to interact with the Project Server environment to update project progress and to view project and resource information
Prerequisites: Students enrolling in this class should have knowledge of a Windows operating system and a Web browser. Knowledge of Microsoft Office 2003 applications would also be helpful.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Use Project Web Access (PWA) to connect to the Project Server and alter your email notification settings.
- View your task assignments using the View My Tasks page, print
- View My Tasks page information, and work offline.
- Enter task progress, reject and delegate task assignments, create new task assignments, and assign yourself to existing project tasks.
- Create and modify to-do lists. Work with status reports.
- Post and locate project risks, project issues, and project documents.
- Analyze project status using enterprise tools
Full Course Outline
Lesson 1: Using Project Web Access
Lesson 2: Viewing Tasks in the Tasks Page
Lesson 3: Updating Task Assignments
Lesson 4: Using To-do Lists
Lesson 5: Submitting Status Reports
Lesson 6: Managing Risks, Issues, and Documents
Lesson 7: Viewing Project Status Within the Enterprise