Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Microsoft laid out these categories and tasks in the logical order in which you
should tackle them to build most projects. Thus, when you start to use Project
Guide, just click the categories and the tasks within them in sequence. They
should remind you of all the things you should consider, even if you choose to
skip a few steps here and there for your particular project.
Starting from scratch
Although you can use Project Guide to start a project, you don’t have to. You
can enter information on your own at any time.
When you open Project 2007, you see a blank project file on-screen along with
the Project Guide task pane. You can start building your new project directly
in this blank schedule. Starting to create a new project usually involves
entering some general project information and then adding some task information.
You can open a new, blank project schedule at any time by choosing File ➪
New and clicking the Blank Project link in the New Project task pane.