At some point, people may manage a project without realizing they were project managers. Sure, they are organized, and they can make sure people get things done, but successfully managing a project requires specific skills and know- how. Microsoft Project is a roadmap that helps to document project tasks, build a schedule, assign resources, track progress, and make changes until your project is complete with user friendly software. It is designed to give you a simpler way to visualize and bring your projects together in one place. The next step after having the project management software is puzzling. The usual picture is of a person staring at the screen, wondering about the meaning of the Gantt chart and Resource Usage in the list of Project views. Microsoft Project helps you execute projects with ease. Whatever the level of your project management experience, some MS Project features can be mystifying. It includes very useful built-in templates and familiar scheduling tools help project managers and teams stay productive and make their life easier in managing and handling the projects. Gain insight into how resources are used and collaborate, using integrated tools. You know what you want to do, but you can’t find the magic combination that makes Project do it.. Here comes the essence of this program.