Microsoft Project 2013 Quick Reference Card Pack Download

Due to the popularity of our 2010 quick reference cards (we had over 8000 downloads) we have created a set of quick reference cards for Microsoft Project 2013!

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The Quick Reference Cards explain the common elements of the Microsoft Project 2013 interface including: an itemized listing of the Project 2013 ribbon commands, an extensive list of the Microsoft Project 2013 keyboard shortcuts, and an explanation of the variables that affect resource assignments in Microsoft Project such as Duration, Work, Assignment Units, and Task Types.  There are also cards on Dependencies, Constraints, and the AutoLink tasks feature.  There is also a card on the Report ribbon, new to 2013.   The Microsoft Project 2013 Quick Reference Cards are available for download free of charge.  I would recommend that every Project Manager using Microsoft Project 2013 in the world has a copy of these cards!     The 13 Microsoft Project 2010 Quick Reference Cards:

Microsoft Project Interface

  • Understand the interface and understand the various elements of the tool
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
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Microsoft Project Terminology

    • This card explains the Microsoft Project Terminology
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Project Backstage

  • This card explains the various elements of the backstage view
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The Task Ribbon Commands

  • This Card explains the various sections of the Task Ribbon
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The Report Ribbon

  • New to Microsoft Project 2013 is the ability to run reports and dashboards.
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The Project Ribbon Commands

  • This Card explains the various sections of the Project Ribbon
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The Task Ribbon Commands

  • This Card explains the various sections of the Task Ribbon
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The View Ribbon Commands

  • This Card explains the various sections of the View Ribbon
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The Assignment Equation

  • This Card explains what EPMA describes as the ‘Assignment Equation’.  It explains how ‘Work’, ‘Units’ and ‘Duration’ interact with one another when assigning resources to tasks.
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Task Types

  • This Card continues from the Assignment Equation card.  Of the three variables in the assignment equation one of them needs to remain fixed to enforce the Mathematical integrity of the relationship
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Scheduling Constrains

  • This card explains the various types of scheduling constraints.
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Task Dependencies

  • This card explains the various types of task dependencies.  Understanding task dependencies will allow you to link tasks together correctly.
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Autolink inserted or moved tasks feature

  • This card explains the Autolink tasks feature.  it allows the scheduler to modify the project options settings so that when a task is inserted between two linked tasks the inserted task is automatically linked.
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