This Microsoft Project Training: Beginners Microsoft Project Tutorial course is the first part of Key 2, Task Entry and Task Linking of the Five Keys Method to MS Project.
- Key 1 covered Navigation.
- Key 2 covers the mechanics (Part A) and the application (Part B) of Task Linking in project schedules. Thus Key 2 covers not only how task linking works, but how it enables the application of key scheduling tools such as the critical path method to help you create effective project plans.
- Key 3 covers Task Constraints---one of the most misunderstood components of MS Project.
- Key 4 covers Project Calendars.
- Key 5 cover Tracking Actual Progress.
In total the Five Keys gives you the essential skill needed to use MS Project in a way that keeps the tool lean but powerful, and thus the Five Keys Method turns MS Project into a more usable tool for actually helping your projects be successful. See my Udemy course on the "Intro to the Five Keys" for more information on why the Five Keys Method works. Take this ultimate Microsoft Project Training: Beginners Microsoft Project Tutorial course right now.