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15 thoughts on “Microsoft Project 2013 Plain & Simple by Ben Howard (June 8, 2013) Paperback

  1. ZCVNS ZCVNS says:

    You can find pretty much all the information this book provides on the internet for free However, it does structure the guide in a good way but not worth buying


  2. KenO KenO says:

    Product arrived on time and was as advertised No complaints


  3. nicholas paige nicholas paige says:

    Good


  4. mysteries-detectives.co Customer mysteries-detectives.co Customer says:

    Good layout and easy to follow A small section on managing multiple projects and associated resources would have gained a 5th star, most project engineers handle than one project.


  5. KevinS KevinS says:

    as described


  6. MikeyBoy MikeyBoy says:

    Good clear guide to something inherently dull


  7. darcy darcy says:

    Excellent


  8. Rob Hughes Rob Hughes says:

    dogs bollocks


  9. Siddique Furniturewala Siddique Furniturewala says:

    Good book for starters


  10. Deborah Gibeault Deborah Gibeault says:

    excellent book, easy to read and follow


  11. Hemant Karandikar Hemant Karandikar says:

    Very interactive book.


  12. Akinlade Akinlade says:

    This book is an invaluable tool for both new and experienced Project Managers who want to use Microsoft Project 2013 as their project management software.What makes this book stand out in comparison to other similar books is that it presents the tools and skills that new project managers need to quickly get abreast in the use of Microsoft Project software Experienced Project Managers will also find it invaluable as it helps them to quickly set up and use the Microsoft project software The approach use in its presentation and the colorful step by step guidance provided will be appreciated by new users who will find it a quick and ready hands on reference book.Trainers will also find it a helpful recommended book to their students as well.There is always a place and time for in depth coverage of any software training especially for experienced Project Management professionals and users of project management software Such approaches could make the learning and use of Microsoft Project software a daunting task for new users In my opinion, the method used by the author avoid this pitfall It presents new users a gentle learning curve that helps them to build their experiences grounds up before delving into in depth, voluminous and time demanding approach used in other texts.This book will help you to learn and use Microsoft Project within the shortest possible time It is highly recommended.


  13. Plinker Tinker Plinker Tinker says:

    Great book in it s simplicity I was rushing headlong onto the deadline of a 3 year project that was 2 1 2 years late not to mention I was tasked to it 1 1 2 years before deadline 3 other contractors and 3 other PMO s had already gone by the wayside I am not a PM professional, just an interested stakeholder who was getting majorly pee d O in having the project constantly going off track and crashing I needed to get a handle on the project and it was like trying to balance on a moving training highballing to a deadend trestle The data was there in a ppm format, I just need a way to pull it up and see where I was at This tome is as the title portrays getting through it was short and basic But given my time contraints, that was exactly what I needed Getting through it gave you the basics of what everything did and where it was if you had to find it and enough of the language to be able to quiry the help systems to get you close to what you wanted to do The walk throughs and example with either made up data or working data took you to points where you could adapt the techiques and tools to what you had to do Or got you close enough to work your way to what you wanted to show.It is not a know all, do all, book, but a good basic starter Once you get going, you can look for other texts on specific topics areas you need to work on.I recommend this to anyone who needs to do a quick study of Project 2013, who has little knowledge of scheduling, and has to start to work in 0 60.


  14. Taylor Frederick Taylor Frederick says:

    I m new to using MS Project, and don t have the option for guided learning, so I purchased this book about a month ago to help me get started on my own So far, I think that it s a pretty good general guide for using Microsoft Project 2013.The index is fairly comprehensive, and if you know what you re looking for it will direct you to the appropriate part of the book The first 60 pages of the book are all introductory how to use the book as a reference and getting down the basics of Project.It s written in a very simple and straightforward manner, so it s great if you re a Project newbie like myself It s also incredibly well illustrated multiple labeled screenshots for almost everything and succinct However, it s not really great for troubleshooting In my case, I was given a schedule to work with that already had problems and you kind of need to know what the problem is that you re having before you can look up the step by step process to fix it However, this book works fabulously as a supplement to internet searches.The diagrams are all full color, and the text each section is color coded This makes it really easy to flip right to the section that you re looking for, or to browse within a section I was a little disappointed with how thin the paper in this book is, though It seems a little flimsy, and the printing on the other side of the page and on the next page shows through.


  15. RJ RJ says:

    I have been assigned to the Microsoft Project Manager software at work so I picked up this book for my kindle to learn as I go Still in early stages of learning but the book is great along side the program while I follow through the chapters I have been using the chapters as individual lessons and so far have learned a lot about the program Very helpful and I like the writers style.