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Auto vs Manual Scheduling in Microsoft Project

Auto vs Manual Scheduling in Microsoft Project

In newer versions of Microsoft Project, you have the option of scheduling tasks using manual or auto scheduling. In earlier versions, Microsoft Project used auto scheduling which takes advantage of Project’s scheduling engine to schedule tasks.

How to Create a Timeline in Microsoft Project

How to Create a Timeline in Microsoft Project

Timelines are a great way to view key tasks and milestones in a project. You can add tasks to a timeline and then format it any way you’d like. Copy a timeline into an email or Word or PowerPoint file to present the timeline.

No Mouse? Using Keyboard Only Navigation in Microsoft Office (Part 2: Dialog Boxes)

No Mouse? Using Keyboard Only Navigation in Microsoft Office (Part 2: Dialog Boxes)

This article is the second in a series of navigating and choosing commands in Microsoft Office using a keyboard. You can use several tricks and shortcuts when navigating and selecting in dialog boxes without using a mouse. You can use these keyboard navigation and selection strategies in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Project and Publisher.

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