What is an IOLTA Account?: Overview The question “What is an IOLTA account?” is a question many new lawyers ask. Legal professionals use an IOLTA, or Interest on Lawyer’s Trust Account, to hold client funds separately from the funds of a law firm or individual lawyer. An IOLTA account is an interest-bearing checking account.
Plan a Meeting in Outlook: Overview You can plan a meeting in Outlook by sending invitations to attendees. These are called “Meeting Request” items. The recipients of your meeting request receive an email message in which they must click a button to show if they are attending. The response they send is then recorded
Create Cost Resources in Project: Overview You can create cost resources in Project. Cost resources are different from work and material resources. Cost resources represent costs commonly incurred to complete various tasks within a project that are not directly tied to the amount of work performed or materials used. For example, if you
View Resource Allocation in Project: Overview You can view resource allocation in Project as you complete the work on your project file. This lets you monitor your resource allocation. You may be under-using resources that you could otherwise utilize, which is called underallocating resources. Perhaps more importantly, you may also accidentally be overallocating resources.
Report Tables in Project 2013: Overview Report tables in Project 2013 differ from tables in other Office applications, like Word, in that you cannot manually add information to them. Report tables in Project 2013 simply display selected information about the project. Report tables in Project 2013 use a data source for their display of
Need more Project training? Click here for the complete tutorial. Monitoring Resource Allocations As you complete the work on your project file, you should monitor your resource allocation. You may be under-using resources that you could otherwise utilize, which is called underallocating resources. Perhaps more importantly, you
Assigning Work Resources to Tasks Microsoft Project uses effort-driven scheduling by default when you assign your work resources to, or remove resources from, a specific task. As an example, this means that if you assign one person to a task, Microsoft Project will calculate how long that person will take to complete the task based