Microsoft Project Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts
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7 Microsoft Project Navigation and Selection Shortcuts in Task Lists
If you are working in Gantt Chart view, you can use these keyboard shortcuts to quickly move and select in your task list.
10 Microsoft Project Shortcuts to Zoom and Move Quickly in the Gantt Chart Timescale
Zoom in, out and move using these great shortcuts in the Microsoft Project Gantt Chart timescale. The timescale in the Gantt Chart view appears on the right side and displays units of time.
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
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.
10 Microsoft Project Tips for Working Efficiently in Tables
Tables are a core component of Microsoft Project. They appear in many views and display specific fields available in Project. The default tables that appear in the Tables drop-down menu on the View tab include …
Send Microsoft Project Data to Excel with Visual Reports
With Visual Reports, you can export data to either Excel or Visio from Microsoft Project. You can access the Visual Reports button on the Report (2013 or 2016) or Project (2010) tab.
10 Timesaving Microsoft Project Shortcuts in Gantt Chart View
Check out these great shortcuts to save time in the Gantt Chart view.
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