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FMTOC.QXD 7/20/11 2:04 PM Page iii Foreword from the Publisher Wiley’s publishing vision for the Microsoft Official Academic Course series is to provide students and instructors with the skills and knowledge they need to use Microsoft technology effectively in all aspects of their personal and professional lives. Quality instruction is required to help both educators and students get the most from Microsoft’s software tools and to become more productive. Thus our mission is to make our instructional programs trusted educational companions for life. To accomplish this mission, Wiley and Microsoft have partnered to develop the highest quality educational programs for Information Workers, IT Professionals, and Developers.
FMTOC.QXD 7/20/11 2:04 PM Page iv Preface Welcome to the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) program for Microsoft Project 2010. MOAC represents the collaboration between Microsoft Learning and John Wiley & Sons, Inc. publishing company. Microsoft and Wiley teamed up to produce a series of textbooks that deliver compelling and innovative teaching solutions to instructors and superior learning experiences for students. Infused and informed by in-depth knowledge from the creators of Microsoft Project and Windows, and crafted by a publisher known worldwide for the pedagogical quality of its products, these textbooks maximize skills transfer in minimum time.
FMTOC.QXD 7/20/11 2:04 PM Page v Illustrated Book Tour Pedagogical Features Many pedagogical features have been developed specifically for Microsoft Official Academic Course programs. Unique features of our task-based approach include a Lesson Skill Matrix, Workplace Ready, and Internet Ready exercises; and three levels of increasingly rigorous lesson- ending activities: Competency, Proficiency, and Mastery Assessment.
FMTOC.QXD 7/20/11 2:04 PM Page vii Illustrated Book Tour | vii Lesson Features 6 LESSON Fine-Tuning Resources LESSON SKILL MATRIX SKILL TASK Lesson Skill Matrix Entering Material Resource Consumption Rates Enter a variable consumption rate for a material resource.
FMTOC.QXD 7/20/11 2:04 PM Page viii viii | Illustrated Book Tour 54|Lesson 3 IfT AyKoEu N nOoTEti*ced a small 4.PSAAVUESEt.h eL EpArVoEjectth es cphreodjeuclet .schedule open to use in the next exercise. Take Note Reader Aid triangle in the corner of the name of task 3, this Workis the total amount of effort a resource or resources will spend to complete a task.