Media praise for Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual

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"One of the beauties of the Missing Manuals is that there is always something new to discover and the research is quite thorough...I kept finding snippets of information, in the way of Tips or Notes, that would give just that bit extra."
-- Graham K. Rogers, Bangkok Post

"There are a lot of good books, but I keep returning to the Missing Manual series because they are inexpensive, easy to read and full of cool tricks and tips."
-- Bob Brooks, The South Bay Apple Mac User Group

"Project is complex software, and learning it is, well, a project in itself. Get up to speed fast with Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual. Written by project management expert Bonnie Biafore, this book teaches you how to do everything from setting budgets and tracking schedules to testing scenarios and recognizing trouble spots before your project breaks down...With Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual, you get more than a simple software how-to. You also get a rundown on project management basics and plenty of solid advice on how to use Project."
-- Steve Brock, Stevo's Book Reviews

"I have reviewed quite a number of Missing Manual books and I am always impressed with them. David Pogue is a Mac master and the depth of his knowledge shines through."
-- Roger Bernau, ACT Apple User Group Incorporated

"Any who own Microsoft's Project 2007 need Bonnie Biafore's Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual guide, which should really be in the box alongside the program...This book should be on the shelves not only of serious computer reference library, but any business library and any individual who owns Project 2007 and wants to get the most out of it."
-- James Cox, The Computer Shelf: Midwest Book Review

"So long as the reader is intending to obtain an intermediate understanding of Project 2007 and learning to apply it to projects for the first time, I would certainly recommend this title to any new project manager / project analyst or to those starting to work with Microsoft Project for the first time from other fields."
-- Wayne Anderson, The Falconic Code



"One of the beauties of the Missing Manuals is that there is always something new to discover and the research is quite thorough...I kept finding snippets of information, in the way of Tips or Notes, that would give just that bit extra."
--Graham K. Rogers, Bangkok Post