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New Perspectives on Microsoft Project 2007:  Applications
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05/16/11 2 In this tutorial you will: Copy, import and export Project 2007 data to  other Microsoft Office applications. Review an earned value analysis. Create a link between Project 2007 information  and Excel. Use the Drawing tool. Use and create Project 2007 templates. Use the Project 2007 global template and  Organizer tool. Presentations Created by C. Hester - Microsoft Project 2007 by Bunin
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05/16/11 3 In this tutorial you will: Create and share a resource pool. Consolidate multiple projects with a master  project. Create a hyperlink between a Project 2007  file and a Word document. Analyze and work with multiple critical paths. Create a custom field and a custom form. Create and use a macro. Presentations Created by C. Hester - Microsoft Project 2007 by Bunin
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05/16/11 4 Sharing Project Data with Other Applications Project 2007 provides many capabilities  to manage, analyze, and report project  information. Use Project file information in other  applications such as Microsoft Excel,  Outlook, Word, or Access. You can exchange data between  Project 2007 and other files in several  ways. Presentations Created by C. Hester - Microsoft Project 2007 by Bunin
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05/16/11 5 Copying Sheet Data from  Project 2007 to Excel Microsoft  Excel  is a spreadsheet  software program. If you export the project file to Excel, the  Project map will create an Excel file with all  the data from the project file. Tools in  Excel  are better for some types  of analysis. You can also copy project information  and paste it into an Excel worksheet. Presentations Created by C. Hester - Microsoft Project 2007 by Bunin
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05/16/11 Presentations Created by C. Hester - Microsoft Project 2007 by Bunin 6 Project Data Copied into Excel
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05/16/11 7 Graphing in Excel Most common reason for copying  numeric data in  Excel  is to be able to  graph the data. Displaying numeric information as a  graph communicates data in a powerful  and effective way.   The charting tools in  Excel  can create a  graph to help you analyze data. Presentations Created by C. Hester - Microsoft Project 2007 by Bunin
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05/16/11 Presentations Created by C. Hester - Microsoft Project 2007 by Bunin 8 Chart created in Excel
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05/16/11 9 Microsoft Excel In Microsoft Excel: A group of cells is called a  range . The 
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