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  We're well aware that people learn in different ways.  Some like things shown to them, others want to practice things for themselves.  Whatever your preference, Project Tutor has you covered.  Watch audio/video movies and then practice for yourself using real data.  Put planning theory in practice, review keyword definitions or use quizzes to test what you've learnt.  The choice is yours.

 

Supports Microsoft Project 2013, 2010, 2007 Standard & Professional.

 
 
 

Get the project planning background

 

Relate planning background to Microsoft Project

Have you ever needed to relate Microsoft Project functionality to background project planning theory?  Now you can.  Spread across Project Tutor's thirty lessons, you'll find detailed explanations about best-practice planning techniques in subjects ranging from task outline creation to creating programmes of work with shared resource pools.  Naturally, Project Tutor will also explain all the necessary theory in between.

The image to the right explains how an outline of summary tasks, subtasks and milestones is structured.  Step-by-step instructions further down the lesson show how this technique is accomplished within Microsoft Project.

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Let audio/video movies show you how

 

Let a walkthrough movie show you Microsoft Project procedures and tehniques

Would you like a Microsoft Project procedure or technique demonstrated to you before you practice it for yourself?  Let Project Tutor's walkthrough movies show you how.  With several hours of audio/video demonstrations, all broken down into bite-sized sections, everything you need to know is shown to you by an acknowledged subject matter expert.  Complemented by closed captioning, you'll see clearly how things are done, together with concise explanations to put it all in context.

The image to the right shows the first walkthrough movie in Lesson B1.  Showing you how to create a task outline, you will see best-practice Microsoft Project explained in a clear step-by-step format.

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Learn skills and abilities step-by-step

 

Step-by-step instructions let you learn skills and abilities

After a walkthrough movie has shown you how, now just try it for yourself.  Follow step-by-step instructions and learn as you experience, using pre-defined sample data or data that you have created in previous lessons to consolidate your understanding.  Below each walkthrough, review carefully-selected hints and tips to add that extra value to what you're learning.

The image to the right shows 1-2-3 instructions for you to follow using Microsoft Project.  These instructions follow each walkthrough's audio/video movie.

 

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Understand what it all means

 

Get a keyword definition and follow links to related definitions

Within Project Tutor you'll find a comprehensive terminology listing. Comprising more than 700 keyword definitions, each of which are themselves interlinked, you're only one click away from a detailed glossary of keywords and their meanings. Context-sensitive keyword links can be found throughout every lesson so that you can immediately find out what you need to know and demystify Microsoft Project.  A single click takes you back to where you were.

The image to the right displays one of over 700 keyword definitions; accessed by clicking a keyword hyperlink from within a lesson.  Related definitions can be found by clicking on keyword hyperlinks.  Returning to the lesson just takes a click of the L button on the title bar.

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Let quizzes test your understanding

 

Use an end-of-lesson quiz for a quick and easy test of knowledge

When you complete a lesson, just test yourself with a simple quiz. The answers that you receive will confirm what you have learnt, consolidating your knowledge in the process.  Moving on to your next lesson is just one click away.

The image to the right shows the quiz that concludes Lesson B1. Once a lesson has been finished, it can be marked as completed and sample data saved to disk. Displaying a successive lesson just takes a simple button click. Completed lessons are highlighted within a navigator pane.

 

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