PART I: The Basics.
Chapter 1: Exploring the Basics.
Chapter 2: Exploring the Project Window.
PART II: Getting Started.
Chapter 3: Defining a New Project.
Chapter 4: Organizing Project Files.
PART III: Creating a Project Plan.
Chapter 5: Developing a Task Outline.
Chapter 6: Entering Scheduling Information.
Chapter 7: Analyzing the Schedule.
Chapter 8: Defining Resources and Costs119.
Chapter 9: Project Staffing and Budgeting.
Chapter 10: Grouping, Filtering, and Sorting.
Chapter 11: Reviewing the Project Plan.
PART IV: Printing and Publishing the Plan.
Chapter 12: Printing Views and Reports.
Chapter 13: Publishing the Plan on the Web.
PART V: Controlling and Closing the Project.
Chapter 14: Tracking Progress.
Chapter 15: Using Project 2000 in Workgroups.
PART VI: Working Beyond the Basics.
Chapter 16: Working with Multiple Projects.
Chapter 17: Customizing Project 2000.
Appendix A: Personal Workbook Answers.
Appendix B: Installing Project 2000.
Appendix C: Project Management Web Sites.
About the Author Vickey Quinn has over 15 years experience in the field of project management. After serving as a project manager in an MIS environment, she trained and consulted over 4,500 project management software users throughout North America. In addition, Vickey continues to add to her comprehensive view of project management through her work with many Fortune 1000 companies and governmental agencies across the country. Currently, she provides client-oriented project management consulting support, methodology, and software tool training and support, and designs and develops project management courseware.