Project Tutor - Learn Microsoft Project the quick and easy way






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Managing projects can be tough.  Learning Microsoft Project shouldn't be. NEW!

For good reason, Microsoft Project is the most popular project management tool in the world.  Yet few users realize a fraction of the benefits it can provide them because they just don't know how it works.

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How Project Tutor provides you with a quick, simple and cost-effective way to learn Microsoft Project 2013, 2010, 2007 and Project Online.

What Project Tutor will teach you and why it will help you get more from planning and managing work using Microsoft Project.

Why does Project Tutor make learning Microsoft Project so quick and easy? Find out for yourself.





  • Project TutorChoose the quick and easy way to learn Microsoft Project. Get great value for money and an excellent return on your investment. Let subject matter experts show you how
  • Get the project planning backgroundRelate planning theory to Microsoft Project. Understand best-practice project planning techniques. Plan your projects more effectively.
  • Let audio/video movies show you howGet detailed step-by-step demonstrations. Just watch and listen. Follow the guidance of a subject matter expert.
  • Learn skills and abilities step-by-stepPractice at your own pace. Use hints and tips for added value. Learn as you experience.
  • Understand what it all meansReview keywords and their definitions. Demystify Microsoft Project.
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Let Project Tutor be your personal guide to Microsoft Project.  It will show you how, demystify any jargon and let you learn Microsoft Project the quick and easy way.


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