CCNP Exam Cram 2 Bundle
The CCNP Exam Cram 2 Bundle offers 4 books in one value priced bundle: BSCI, BCMSN, BCRAN, and CIT. Each book is written by an authority in the field and includes 2 practice exams plus a CD test engine with an additional practice exam by PrepLogic. All material has been approved by Cramsession experts! These books are not intended to teach readers new material, but assume readers already have a solid foundation of knowledge and only need a refresher on important concepts. The books feature test-taking strategies, time-saving study tips, and a special Cram Sheet that includes tips, acronyms, and memory joggers not available anywhere else. The series is supported online at several Web sites: examcram2.com, informit.com, and cramsession.com.
- Mixed media product
- 139.2 x 261.6 x 101.3mm | 2,889.41g
- 11 Dec 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- Pearson It Certification
- Upper Saddle River, United States
About Richard Deal
Ed Tittel, Series Editor of the Exam Cram 2, runs LANWrights, Inc., a training and writing firm that specializes in networking, computer security, and markup languages, in Austin, TX. Ed has contributed to more than 100 books on various aspects of computing, including more than 50 titles on various IT certifications. He is also the originator of the Exam Cram series of IT certification books.Authors Michael J. Shannon, Richard A Deal, Eric Quinn, Fred Glauser, and Sean Odom, are experienced authors, consultants, and IT experts.
Table of contents
Introduction. 1. Introduction to the Project Interface. Understanding and Exploring Menus. Understanding and Exploring the Toolbars. Examining the Gantt Chart View. Examining the Network Diagram View. Exploring the Usage Views. Examining the Resource Sheet View. Exploring the Resource Graph View. 2. Creating Projects. Creating New Projects. Creating Projects from Templates. Using Templates from Office Online. Adjusting the Dates on a Template Project. Editing the Project Information Dialog. Editing Project File Properties. Saving a Project. Opening a Project. Searching for a Project. Adding Folders to the My Places Bar. 3. Working with Project Options. Setting the View Options. Setting the General Options. Setting the Edit Options. Setting the Calendar Options. Setting the Schedule Options. Setting the Calculation Options. Setting Cost and Critical Path Options. Setting the Spelling Options. Setting the Save Options. Setting the Interface Options. Setting the Security Options. 4. Entering and Working with Tasks. Entering Tasks. Working with the General Tab of the Task Information Dialog. Working with Predecessor Data. Working with Task Resources. Working with Advanced Task Settings. Working with Task Notes and Custom Fields. Creating Summary Tasks. Creating Milestones. 5. Working with Dependencies and Constraints. Creating Links with the Mouse. Creating Links with the Link Tool. Editing Links. Creating Constraints. 6.- Entering Resources. Creating Resources. Editing Resource Information. Working with Constant Resource Availability. Working with One-Time Changes in Resource Availability. Working with Resource Calendars. Working with Cost Rate Tables. 7. Working with Resource Assignments. Assigning Resources with the Assign Resources Dialog. Assigning Resources with the Task Information Dialog or the Task Form. Understanding Assignment Units. Replacing Resources on Assignments. Deleting Assignments. Viewing Resource Graphs. Assigning Resources with the Task Form. Editing Assignment Information. 8. Dealing with Resource Overallocations. Finding Overallocations in the Resource Allocation View. Finding Overallocations in the Gantt Chart View. Resolving Overallocations Using Leveling Delay or Redistribution. Resolving Overallocations by Replacing or Adding Resources. Using the Resource Graph. Working with the Resource Leveling Feature. 9. Working with Custom Fields. Renaming Custom Fields. Using and Editing Value Lists. Adding Values to a List. Sorting Value Lists. Working with Formulas. Selecting Rollup Options. Setting Up Graphical Indicators. Reusing Field Customizations. 10. Formatting and Creating Views. Adding and Removing Fields from Views. Working with Tables. Adding and Removing Table Fields. Working with Filters. Creating Filters. Working with Grouping. Applying, Customizing, and Editing Groups. Deleting a Group f