Use This Excel Spreadsheet For Project Management

Full-blown project management demands dedicated software, but for simpler tasks a spreadsheet can do the job. Microsoft presentations and spreadsheet expert Glenna Shaw is sharing a project plan template which lets you plan your project and track milestones.

As well as letting you define project parameters, the spreadsheet is designed for easy integration with PowerPoint so you can easily produce update presentations on your progress. One detail to watch for: the spreadsheet calculates holiday dates for the US, so follow the instructions in Glenna’s post for deleting those (and adding Australian ones if you wish).

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