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Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual by Bonnie Biafore

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Interactive and In-depth Assistance

Coming up empty handed in Project Help is depressing. Then again, your problem may not be easily compartmentalized or described in a few keywords. Particularly gnarly problems often need some discussion and brainstorming. Because Project Help focuses on how-to, you need other resources to learn how to put Project features into practice.

If you're lucky enough to have a Project know-it-all as an officemate, you know how refreshing it is to provide a quick summary and get a quick answer. The online Project discussion groups are that know-it-all for the rest of us. Speaking of know-it-alls, many of them keep blogs (Web logs) about Project. Although some of the posts may be over your head, blogs are a great resource for learning how features, old and new, really work. This section tells you where to find all these resources.

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