What Is Microsoft Project?
Microsoft created its Project software to facilitate processes for people who have to organize events and projects, drive schedules, allocate human and non-human resources, motivate efficiency, and facilitate collaboration. You can be the most efficient manager in five counties—and that’s undoubtedly how you acquired your responsibilities: But with all the work that crosses your desk, you owe it to yourself to let Project make it easier.
In this series you’ll see reference to Project 2010, Project 2007, and even Project 2003. The biggest difference between them is the introduction of Microsoft’s ribbon format. Otherwise, all three of them have many of the same features, with the latest version just making it easier to find and utilize them.
It's best to begin a project by listing your tasks. Next, apportion your resources, check out budgetary constraints, align the order of tasks, and figure out a date and duration for each task. But not every project begins that way, and not every person likes to do things the exact same way. With Project, you can begin whichever way suits your style. But first, you’ve got to open it.