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Microsoft Project 2010
Microsoft Project 2010 has introduced a huge number of new features.
A little after it's Microsoft Office cousins, Project finally gets the ribbon (which Microsoft call the fluent user interface).
For those who aren't familiar with the concept of the ribbon, this makes it easier to find commands (although it takes a lot of getting used to).  The ribbon replaces the menu and toolbar with a single strip of icons across the top of the screen, divided by task into tabs.
Project 2010 contains a new timeline view, which you can see above the Gantt chart.  Timeline view shows a summary of the project schedule against - as the name suggests - a timeline.  You can even add tasks using timeline view.
If you get annoyed that Project keeps moving your tasks about to fit everything in (although surely that's its main purpose?), you can create manually-scheduled tasks.  These will stay in the same place in time unless you manually change them.
This tool lets you assign resources to tasks by dragging and dropping.  You see a split window, and drag a resource from the top half of the window onto a task at the bottom!

We offer two levels of training for Microsoft Project 2010 - Introductory and Advanced

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