Available fields reference

You can add fields (field: A location in a sheet, form, or chart that contains a specific kind of information about a task, resource, or assignment. For example, in a sheet, each column is a field. In a form, a field is a named box or a place in a column.) to a view (view: The combination of one or more views [Gantt Chart, Resource Sheet, and so on] and if applicable, a table and a filter. Use views to work with information in a variety of formats. There are three types of views: Charts or graphs, Sheets, and Forms.) or table (table: A set of columns that shows specific information about tasks, resources, and assignments in a sheet view.) to customize the types of project data that Microsoft Project 2010 displays. If you are a programmer, you can also use fields in views and functions to modify Project 2010 to suit the needs of your organization.

To add a field to a view, click the Format tab. In the Columns group, click Insert Column.

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Overview of fields

A field contains one kind of information and is part of a table (table: A set of columns that shows specific information about tasks, resources, and assignments in a sheet view.), a form (form: A type of view that gives you detailed information about an individual task or resource.) view, or the timephased (timephased: Task, resource, or assignment information that is distributed over time. You can review timephased information in any available time period in the fields on the right side of the Task Usage and Resource Usage views.) area of a usage view. Project 2010 has several kinds of fields:

  • Task and task-timephased fields.
  • Resource and resource-timephased fields.
  • Assignment and assignment-timephased fields.

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 Note   Some fields are available only if you are using Microsoft Project Professional 2010.

Task and task-timephased fields

Task fields show task-related information and can be displayed in task views such as the Gantt Chart, Task Sheet, and Network Diagram views.

Task-timephased fields show information for each task as distributed over its duration. These fields can be displayed in the timephased part of the Task Usage view.

Resource and resource-timephased fields

Resource fields show information for each resource, including summarized information about all tasks assigned to each resource. They can be displayed in resource views such as the Resource Sheet and Resource Usage views.

Resource-timephased fields show information for each resource as distributed over the duration of resource availability on the project. These fields can be displayed in the timephased portion of the Resource Usage view.

Assignment and assignment-timephased fields

Assignment fields show information for each assignment. They can be displayed in the sheet portion of the Task Usage and Resource Usage views and at the bottom of the Task Form and Resource Form views. You can change the assignment field that appears at the bottom of the Task Form or Resource Form view by clicking in the area, clicking the Format tab, and then clicking a command.

Assignment-timephased fields show information for each assignment as distributed over its duration. These fields can be displayed in the timephased portion of the Resource Usage and Task Usage views.

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Task fields

New indicates that the field is new in Project 2010.

Field Description
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Active (task field)
With the Active field, you can inactivate tasks to remove them from the Project plan. Inactive tasks remain available for use in a later phase, a later project, or for reporting or historical purposes. Inactive tasks no longer affect other tasks or the overall Project schedule.
Actual Cost (task field) The Actual Cost field shows costs incurred for work already performed by resources on their tasks, together with any other recorded costs associated with the task.
Actual Duration (task field) The Actual Duration field shows the span of actual working time for a task to this point, based on the scheduled duration and current remaining work or percent complete.
Actual Finish (task field) The Actual Finish field shows the date and time when a task or assignment was completed.
Actual Overtime Cost (task field) The Actual Overtime Cost field shows costs incurred for overtime work already performed on tasks by assigned resources.
Actual Overtime Work (task field) The Actual Overtime Work field contains the actual amount of overtime work already performed by resources assigned to tasks. The timephased versions of these fields show values distributed over time.
Actual Start (task field) The Actual Start field shows the date and time that a task or an assignment actually began, based on progress information that you entered.
Actual Work (task field) The Actual Work field shows the amount of work that has already been done by resources assigned to tasks. The timephased versions of these fields show values distributed over time.
ACWP (task field) The ACWP (actual cost of work performed) field shows costs incurred for work already done on a task, up to the project status date or today's date.
Assignment Delay (task field) The Assignment Delay field shows the time a resource must wait before starting work on an assignment. No information is actually displayed in the Assignment Delay fields; they only make the corresponding Assignment Delay field information available.
Assignment Units (task field) The Assignment Units field shows how much the assigned resources are allocated to a task.
Baseline Budget Cost (task field) The Baseline Budget Cost field displays the originally planned budget for budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Baseline Budget Work (task field) The Baseline Budget Work field displays the originally planned budget work amounts for budget work and material resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Baseline Cost (task field) The Baseline Cost field shows the total planned cost for a task, a resource for all assigned tasks, or for work to be performed by a resource on a task.
Baseline Deliverable Finish (task field) The Baseline Deliverable Finish field contains the planned deliverable finish date saved with the project baseline.
Project Professional 2010 only
Baseline Deliverable Start (task field) The Baseline Deliverable Start field contains the originally planned deliverable start date saved with the project baseline.
Project Professional 2010 only
Baseline Duration (task field) The Baseline Duration field shows the original span of time planned to complete a task.
Baseline Finish (task field) The Baseline Finish field shows the planned completion date for a task or assignment at the time that you saved a baseline.
Baseline Start (task field) The Baseline Start field shows the planned start date for a task or assignment at the time that you saved a baseline.
Baseline Work (task field) The Baseline Work field shows the total planned person-hours scheduled for a task, resource, or assignment.
Baseline1-10 Budget Cost (task fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline 10 Budget Cost fields store the originally planned budget cost amounts for cost resources that are specifically identified as budget resources.
Baseline1-10 Budget Work (task fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Budget Work fields store the originally planned budget work amounts for work resources and material resources that are specifically identified as budget resources.
Baseline1-10 Cost (task fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Cost fields store the total planned cost for a task, a resource, or an assignment.
Baseline1-10 Deliverable Finish (task fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Deliverable Finish fields contain the planned deliverable finish dates saved with the corresponding project baselines.
Baseline1-10 Deliverable Start (task fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Deliverable Start fields contain the planned deliverable start dates saved with the corresponding project baselines.
Baseline1-10 Duration (task fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Duration fields store the span of time planned to complete a task.
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Baseline0-10 Estimated Duration (task fields)
The Baseline0-10 Estimated Duration fields show the approximated span of time planned to complete a task. When you set a baseline, Microsoft Project copies the Scheduled Duration values for tasks and stores them in the Baseline Estimated Duration fields (Baseline Estimated Duration to Baseline1 Estimated Duration through Baseline10 Estimated Duration). This is true whether the tasks are manually or automatically scheduled.
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Baseline0-10 Estimated Finish (task fields)
When you set a baseline, Microsoft Project copies the Scheduled Finish dates for a task or assignment and stores them in the Baseline Estimated Finish fields (Baseline Estimated Finish to Baseline1 Estimated Finish through Baseline10 Estimated Finish). This is true whether the tasks are manually or automatically scheduled.
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Baseline0-10 Estimated Start (task fields)
When you set a baseline, Microsoft Project copies the Scheduled Start dates for a task or assignment and stores them in the Baseline Estimated Start fields (Baseline Estimated Start to Baseline1 Estimated Start through Baseline10 Estimated Start). This is true whether the tasks are manually or automatically scheduled.
Baseline1-10 Finish (task fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Finish fields store the planned completion date for a task or resource assignment at the time that you save a corresponding baseline.
Baseline1-10 Start (task fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Start fields store the planned start date for a task or assignment at the time that you save a corresponding baseline.
Baseline1-10 Work (task fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Work fields store the total planned person-hours scheduled for a task, resource, or assignment.
BCWP (Earned Value or EV) (task field) The BCWP (budgeted cost of work performed) field contains the cumulative value of the task's, resource's, or assignments's percent complete multiplied by the timephased baseline costs.
BCWS (Planned Value or PV) (task field) The BCWS (budgeted cost of work scheduled) field contains the cumulative timephased baseline costs up to the status date or today's date.
Budget Cost (task field) The Budget Cost field is used to enter or review budget costs for budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Budget Work (task field) The Budget Work field is used to enter or review budget work for budget work and material resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Complete Through (task field) The Complete Through field shows the progress of a task on the Gantt Chart view, indicating the point up to which actuals have been reported for the task.
Confirmed (task field) The Confirmed field indicates whether resources assigned to a tasks have accepted or rejected their task assignments.
Constraint Date (task field) The Constraint Date field shows the specific date associated with certain constraint types, such as Must Start On, Must Finish On, Start No Earlier Than, Start No Later Than, Finish No Earlier Than, and Finish No Later Than.
Constraint Type (task field) The Constraint Type field provides choices for the type of constraint you can apply for scheduling a task.
Contact (task field) The Contact field contains the name of an individual responsible for a task.
Cost (task field) The Cost field shows the total scheduled or projected cost for a task, resource, or assignment, based on costs already incurred for work performed by resources assigned to the tasks, in addition to the costs planned for the remaining work.
Cost Rate Table (task field) The Cost Rate Table field provides choices for which cost rate table to use for the resources assigned to a task.
Cost Variance (task field) The Cost Variance assignment field shows the difference between the baseline cost and total cost for a task, resource, or assignment.
Cost1-10 (task fields) The Cost1 through Cost10 fields can store custom task, resource, or assignment cost information.
CPI (task field) The CPI (cost performance index) field shows the ratio of budgeted (or baseline) costs of work performed to actual costs of work performed, up to the project status date or today's date.
Created (task field) The Created field contains the date and time when a task was added to the project.
Critical (task field) The Critical field indicates whether a task or an assignment's task has any room in the schedule to slip, or if a task is on the critical path.
CV (task field) The CV (earned value cost variance) field shows the difference between the projected cost and the actual cost required to achieve the current level of completion up to the status date or today's date.
CV% (task field) The CV% (cost variance percent) field shows the ratio of cost variance (CV) to budgeted cost of work performed (BCWP), expressed as a percentage.
Date1-10 (task fields) The Date1 through Date10 fields store task, resource, or assignment date information.
Deadline (task field) The Deadline field shows the date you enter as a deadline for the task. A deadline is a target date that indicates when you want a task to be completed.
Deliverable Finish (task field) For each task that has a deliverable associated with it, the Deliverable Finish field displays the scheduled finish date of that deliverable.
Project Professional 2010 only
Deliverable GUID (task field) For each task that has a deliverable associated with it, the Deliverable GUID field displays the globally unique identifier (GUID) for that deliverable.
Project Professional 2010 only
Deliverable Name (task field) For each task that has a deliverable associated with it, the Deliverable Name field displays the name or title of that deliverable.
Project Professional 2010 only
Deliverable Start (task field) For each task that has a deliverable associated with it, the Deliverable Start field displays the scheduled start date of that deliverable.
Project Professional 2010 only
Deliverable Type (task field) The Deliverable Type field indicates whether the current task has an associated deliverable, and whether that deliverable is produced by the current task or produced by a separate project or task upon which the current task is dependent.
Project Professional 2010 only
Duration (task field) The Duration field shows the total span of active working time for a task.
Duration Variance (task field) The Duration Variance field contains the difference between the baseline duration of a task and the total duration (current estimate) of a task.
Duration1-10 (task fields) The Duration1 through Duration10 fields store any task, resource, or assignment duration information.
EAC (task field) The EAC (estimate at completion) field shows the expected total cost of a task based on performance up to the status date.
Early Finish (task field) The Early Finish field contains the earliest date that a task could possibly finish, based on early finish dates of predecessor and successor tasks, other constraints, and any leveling delay.
Early Start (task field) The Early Start field contains the earliest date that a task could possibly begin, based on the early start dates of predecessor and successor tasks and other constraints.
Earned Value Method (task field) The Earned Value Method field provides choices for whether the % Complete or Physical % Complete field should be used to calculate budgeted cost of work performed (BCWP).
Effort Driven (task field) The Effort Driven field indicates whether the scheduling for the task is effort-driven scheduling.
Enterprise Cost1-10 (task fields) The Enterprise Cost1 through Enterprise Cost10 fields can store any custom task, resource, or assignment cost information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Date1-30 (task fields) The Enterprise Date1 through Enterprise Date30 fields can store any custom task, resource, or assignment date information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Duration1-10 (task fields) The Enterprise Duration1 through Enterprise Duration10 fields can store any custom task, resource, or assignment duration information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Flag1-20 (task fields) The Enterprise Flag1 through Enterprise Flag20 fields can store any custom task, resource, or assignment flag information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Number1-40 (task fields) The Enterprise Project Number1 through Enterprise Project Number40 fields can store any custom project number information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Task Outline Code1-30 (task fields) The Enterprise Task Outline Code1 through Enterprise Task Outline Code30 fields contain an alphanumeric code that represents a flat list or hierarchical structure of tasks (for example, cost accounting codes associated with tasks).
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Text1-40 (task fields) The Enterprise Text1 through Enterprise Text40 fields can store any custom text information for tasks, resources, or assignments as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions
Project Professional 2010 only
Error Message (task field) The Error Message field is used by the Import Resources Wizard and Import Project Wizard to show errors upon importing resource and task information respectively into Microsoft Project Server 2010.
Project Professional 2010 only
Estimated (task field) The Estimated field indicates whether the task's duration is flagged as an estimate.
Expected Duration (task field) The Expected Duration field contains the total span of active working time expected for a task; that is, the time from the expected start to expected finish of a task.
Expected Finish (task field) The Expected Finish field contains the date at which the task is expected to be finished.
Expected Start (task field) The Expected Start field contains the date at which the task is expected to start.
External Task (task field) The External Task field indicates whether the task is linked from another project or whether it originated in the current project.
Finish (task field) The Finish field shows the date when a task is scheduled to be completed.
Finish Slack (task field) The Finish Slack field contains the duration between the Early Finish and Late Finish dates.
Finish Variance (task field) The Finish Variance field contains the time that represents the difference between the baseline finish date of a task or assignment and its current finish date.
Finish1-10 (task fields) The Finish1 through Finish10 fields can store any task, resource, or assignment finish date information.
Fixed Cost Accrual (task field) The Fixed Cost Accrual field provides choices for how and when fixed costs are to be charged, or accrued, to the cost of a task.
Fixed Cost (task field) The Fixed Cost field shows any nonresource task expense.
Flag1-20 (task fields) The Flag1 through Flag20 fields indicate whether a task, resource, or assignment is marked for additional action or identification of some kind.
Free Slack (task field) The Free Slack field contains the time that a task can be delayed without delaying any successor tasks.
Group By Summary (task field) The Group By Summary field indicates whether this row in the task or resource sheet is the summary row for tasks or resources grouped by a particular category.
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Health (task field)
The Health field contains the current status or condition, such as Early or Completed, of the current task as selected in the Health lookup table, which is shipped with Microsoft Project Server and can be modified to reflect an organization’s specific status measures.
Project Professional 2010 only
Hide Bar (task field) The Hide Bar field indicates whether the Gantt bars and Calendar bars for a task are hidden.
Hyperlink (task field) The Hyperlink field shows the title or explanatory text for a hyperlink associated with a task, resource, or assignment.
Hyperlink Address (task field) The Hyperlink Address field contains the address for a hyperlink associated with a task, resource, or assignment.
Hyperlink Href (task field) The Hyperlink Href field contains the combination, or concatenation, of the Hyperlink Address and Hyperlink SubAddress fields associated with a task, resource, or assignment.
Hyperlink SubAddress (task field) The Hyperlink SubAddress field contains the specific location in a document in a hyperlink associated with a task, resource, or assignment.
ID (task field) The ID field contains the identifier number that Project 2010 automatically assigns to each task or resource as you add them to the project.
Ignore Resource Calendar (task field) The Ignore Resource Calendar field indicates whether the scheduling of the task considers the calendars of the resources assigned to the task.
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Ignore Warnings (task field)
When Microsoft Project detects a potential scheduling conflict with a manually scheduled task, it generates a warning and the field containing the problem data is underlined in red. The Ignore Warnings field indicates whether you have chosen to hide the schedule conflict warning indicator.
Indicators (task field) The Indicators field displays indicators that give different types of information about a task or resource.
Late Finish (task field) The Late Finish field contains the latest date that a task can finish without delaying the finish of the project.
Late Start (task field) The Late Start field contains the latest date that a task can start without delaying the finish of the project.
Level Assignments (task field) The Level Assignments field indicates whether the leveling function can delay and split individual assignments (instead of the whole task) in order to resolve overallocations.
Leveling Can Split (task field) The Leveling Can Split field indicates whether the resource leveling function can cause splits on remaining work on this task.
Leveling Delay (task field) The Leveling Delay field contains the time that a task or assignment is to be delayed from its early start date because of resource leveling.
Linked Fields (task field) The Linked Fields field indicates whether there are OLE links to the task, resource, or assignment, either from elsewhere in this project file, from another Project 2010 file, or from another program.
Marked (task field) The Marked task field indicates whether a task is marked for additional action or identification of some kind.
Milestone (task field) The Milestone field indicates whether a task is a milestone.
Name (task field) The Name field contains the name of a task or a resource.
Negative Slack (task field) The Negative Slack field shows the amount of negative slack for a task on the Gantt Chart view, indicating the time that must be saved so that successor tasks are not delayed.
Notes (task field) The Notes field contains comments you can enter about a task, resource, or assignment.
Number1-20 (task fields) The Number1 through Number20 fields store any numeric information that you want to include in your project that relate to tasks, resources, or assignments.
Objects (task field) The Objects field contains the number of objects attached to a task or associated with a resource.
Optimistic Duration (task field) The Optimistic Duration field contains the best-case possibility for the total span of active working time expected for a task, that is, the time from the optimistic start to the optimistic finish of a task.
Optimistic Finish (task field) The Optimistic Finish field contains the date that represents the best-case possibility for when a task could finish.
Optimistic Start (task field) The Optimistic Start field contains the date that represents the best-case possibility for when a task could start.
Outline Code1-10 (task fields) The Outline Code1 through Outline Code10 fields contain an alphanumeric code you define to represent a hierarchical structure of tasks or resources.
Outline Level (task field) The Outline Level field indicates the put of a task or assignment in the project outline hierarchy.
Outline Number (task field) The Outline Number field contains the number that represents a task's position in the hierarchical outline structure.
Overallocated (task field) The Overallocated field indicates whether a resource is assigned to more work on a specific task or all tasks than can be completed within normal working capacity.
Overtime Cost (task field) The Overtime Cost field shows the total overtime cost for a task, for a resource on all assigned tasks, or for a resource assignment.
Overtime Work (task field) The Overtime Work field contains the amount of overtime scheduled to be performed by all resources assigned to a task, for all tasks assigned to a resource, or by a resource on a task, and charged at the overtime rates of the resources involved.
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Peak (task field)
The Peak field indicates the maximum percentage or number of units for which a resource is working at any one time on an assignment.
Percent (%) Complete (task field) The % Complete field contains the current status of a task, expressed as the percentage of the task's duration that has been completed.
Percent (%) Work Complete (task field) The % Work Complete field contains the current status of a task, resource, or assignment, expressed as the percentage of work that has been completed.
Pessimistic Duration (task field) The Pessimistic Duration field contains the worst-case possibility for the total span of active working time expected for a task, that is, the time from the pessimistic start to the pessimistic finish of a task. You can enter this date as part of a PERT analysis calculation.
Pessimistic Finish (task field) The Pessimistic Finish field contains the date that represents the worst-case possibility for when a task could finish. You can enter this date as part of a PERT analysis calculation.
Pessimistic Start (task field) The Pessimistic Start field contains the date that represents the worst-case possibility for when a task could start. You can enter this date as part of a PERT analysis calculation.
Physical Percent (%) Complete (task field) The Physical % Complete field shows an entered percent complete value that can be be used as an alternative for calculating budgeted cost of work performed (BCWP).
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Placeholder (task field)
Placeholder tasks are manually scheduled tasks that do not have enough information to be scheduled. When you enter a manually scheduled task without a valid start or finish date and without a valid duration, Microsoft Project designates the task as having a Placeholder task mode.
Predecessors (task field) The Predecessors field lists the task ID numbers for the predecessor tasks on which the task depends before it can be started or finished.
Preleveled Finish (task field) The Preleveled Finish field contains the finish date of a task as it was before resource leveling was done.
Preleveled Start (task field) The Preleveled Start field contains the start date of a task as it was before resource leveling was done.
Priority (task field) The Priority field indicates the level of importance given to a task, which in turn indicates how readily a task or assignment can be delayed or split during resource leveling.
Project (task field) The Project field shows the name of the subprojects where tasks, resources, or assignments originate.
Publish (task field) The Publish field indicates whether the current task should be published to Project Server 2010 with the rest of the project. By default, this field is set to Yes.
Project Professional 2010 only
Recurring (task field) The Recurring field indicates whether a task is part of a series of recurring tasks.
Regular Work (task field) The Regular Work field shows the total amount of nonovertime work scheduled to be performed by resources.
Remaining Cost (task field) The Remaining Cost field shows the remaining scheduled expense that will be incurred in completing the remaining scheduled work.
Remaining Duration (task field) The Remaining Duration field shows the time that is required to complete the unfinished part of a task.
Remaining Overtime Cost (task field) The Remaining Overtime Cost field shows the remaining scheduled overtime expense for a task, resource, or assignment.
Remaining Overtime Work (task field) The Remaining Overtime Work field shows the amount of remaining scheduled overtime.
Remaining Work (task field) The Remaining Work field shows the time, such as person-hours or days, still required to complete a task or set of tasks.
Resource Group (task field) The Resource Group field contains the groups to which resources belong.
Resource Initials (task field) The Resource Initials field shows the abbreviations for the names of resources.
Resource Names (task field) The Resource Names field lists the names of all resources assigned to a task.
Resource Phonetics (task field) The Resource Phonetics field is used only in the Japanese version of Project 2010.
Resource Type (task field) The Resource Type field indicates whether resources assigned to this task are work or material resources.
Response Pending (task field) The Response Pending field indicates whether an acknowledgement has been received from team members assigned to tasks.
Resume (task field) The Resume field shows the date that the remaining part of a task is scheduled to resume after you enter any progress, for example, % Complete, % Work Complete, Actual Work, Actual Duration, or Actual Start.
Rollup (task field) For subtasks, the Rollup field indicates whether information about the subtask Gantt bars will be rolled up to the summary task bar
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Scheduled Duration (task field)
The Scheduled Duration field shows the total span of active working time for a task as entered or as calculated by Microsoft Project based on start date, finish date, calendars, and other scheduling factors.
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Scheduled Finish (task field)
The Scheduled Finish field indicates the date when work on a task is scheduled to be complete as calculated by Microsoft Project based on the start date, duration, dependencies, calendars, and other scheduling factors.
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Scheduled Start (task field)
The Scheduled Start field indicates the date when work on a task is scheduled to begin as calculated by Microsoft Project, based on dependencies, constraints, calendars, and other scheduling factors.
SPI (task field) The SPI (schedule performance index) field shows the ratio of the budgeted cost of work performed to the budgeted cost of work scheduled (BCWP/BCWS).
Start fields The Start field shows the date when an assigned resource is scheduled to begin working on a task.
Start Slack (task field) The Start Slack field contains the duration between the Early Start and Late Start dates. The
Start Variance (task field) The Start Variance field contains the time that represents the difference between a baseline start date of a task or assignment and its currently scheduled start date.
Start1-10 (task fields) The Start1 through Start10 fields show any specific task, resource, or assignment start date information that you want to enter and store separately in your project.
Status (task field) The Status field indicates the current status of a task: Complete, On Schedule, Late, or Future Task.
Status Indicator (task field) The Status Indicator field displays an icon that represents the current status of a task.
Status Manager (task field) The Status Manager field contains the name of the enterprise resource who is to receive status updates for the current task from resources working in Microsoft Project Web App.
Stop (task field) The Stop field shows the date that represents the end of the actual portion of a task.
Subproject File (task field) The Subproject File field contains the name of a project inserted into the active project file.
Subproject Read Only (task field) The Subproject Read Only field indicates whether the subproject of this task is a read-only project.
Successors (task field) The Successors field lists the task ID numbers for the successor tasks to a task.
Summary (task field) The Summary field indicates whether a task is a summary task.
Summary Progress (task field) The Summary Progress field shows the progress on a summary task, based on the progress of its subtasks and where these subtasks have been scheduled.
SV (task field) The SV (earned value schedule variance) field shows the difference in cost between the current progress and the baseline plan of a task, all assigned tasks of a resource, or for an assignment up to the status date or today's date.
SV Percent (%) (task field) The SV% (schedule variance percent) field shows the ratio of schedule variance (SV) to budgeted cost of work scheduled (BCWS), expressed as a percentage.
Task Calendar (task field) The Task Calendar field lists all calendars available to be applied to a task.
Task Calendar GUID (task field) The Task Calendar GUID field contains the generated unique identification codes for each task calendar in your project. No two task calendars will have the same Task Calendar GUID.
Task GUID (task field) The Task GUID field contains the generated unique identification codes for each task in your project.
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Task Mode (task field)
The Task Mode field indicates whether a task is scheduled manually or automatically, which gives you the option of deciding how much control you want over task scheduling in a project. By default, tasks are set as manually scheduled, with a start date, finish date, and duration that you define.
TCPI (task field) The TCPI (to complete performance index) field shows the ratio of the work remaining to be done to funds remaining to be spent, as of the status date.
TeamStatus Pending (task field) The TeamStatus Pending field indicates whether you've received a response to a progress request you've sent to a resource about assigned tasks.
Text Above (task field) The Text Above field indicates where text on the subtask Gantt bars appears when rolled up to the summary task bar.
Text1-30 (task fields) The Text1 through Text30 fields store any text information that you want to include in your project about tasks, resources, or assignments.
Total Slack (task field) The Total Slack field contains the time a task's finish date can be delayed without delaying the project's finish date.
Type (task field) The Type field provides choices that control the effect that editing work, assignment units, or duration has on the calculations of the other two fields.
Unique ID (task field) The Unique ID field contains the number that Project 2010 automatically designates whenever a new task, resource, or assignment is created in the current project.
Unique ID Predecessors (task field) The Unique ID Predecessors field lists the unique ID numbers for the predecessor tasks on which a task depends before it can be started or finished.
Unique ID Successors (task field) The Unique ID Successors field lists the unique ID numbers for the successor tasks to a task.
Update Needed (task field) The Update Needed field indicates whether a Project Server 2010 update should be sent to the assigned team members because of changes to a task's start date, finish date, or assignments.
VAC (task field) The VAC field shows the variance at completion (VAC), which is the difference between the budgeted at completion (BAC) or baseline cost and estimated at completion (EAC) cost for a task, resource, or assignment on a task.
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Warning (task field)
The Warning field indicates whether Microsoft Project has identified a potential scheduling conflict with a manually scheduled task's start date, finish date, or duration, for example, a problem with a task link or a date constraint. The information with the potential problem is underlined in red. You can then right-click the field to read the warning or suggestion to improve the project.
WBS (task field) The WBS field contains work breakdown structure (WBS) codes.
WBS Predecessors (task field) The WBS Predecessors field lists the work breakdown structure (WBS) codes associated with the predecessor tasks on which the task depends before it can start or finish.
WBS Successors (task field) The WBS Successors field lists the work breakdown structure (WBS) codes associated with the successor tasks.
Work (task field) The Work field shows the total time scheduled on a task for all assigned resources, the total time to which a resource is scheduled on all assigned tasks, or the total amount of time scheduled for a resource on a task.
Work Contour (task field) The Work Contour field provides choices for the contour shape to use for the resources assigned to a task.
Work Variance (task field) The Work Variance field contains the difference between baseline work of a task, resource, or assignment and the currently scheduled work.

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Task-timephased fields

New indicates that the field is new in Project 2010.

Actual Cost (task-timephased field) The Actual Cost field shows costs incurred for work already performed by resources on their tasks, together with any other recorded costs associated with the task.
Actual Fixed Cost (task-timephased field) The Actual Fixed Cost field shows actual timephased non-resource task expenses, charged over time according to the cost accrual method you've selected.
Actual Overtime Work (task-timephased field) The Actual Overtime Work field contains the actual amount of overtime work already performed by resources assigned to tasks. The timephased versions of these fields show values distributed over time.
Actual Work (task-timephased field) The Actual Work field shows the amount of work that has already been done by resources assigned to tasks. The timephased versions of these fields show values distributed over time.
ACWP (task-timephased field) The ACWP (actual cost of work performed) field shows costs incurred for work already done on a task, up to the project status date or today's date.
Baseline Budget Cost (task-timephased field) The Baseline Budget Cost field displays the originally planned budget for budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Baseline Budget Work (task-timephased field) The Baseline Budget Work field displays the originally planned budget work amounts for budget work and material resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Baseline Cost (task-timephased field) The Baseline Cost field shows the total planned cost for a task, a resource for all assigned tasks, or for work to be performed by a resource on a task.
Baseline Work (task-timephased field) The Baseline Work field shows the total planned person-hours scheduled for a task, resource, or assignment.
Baseline1-10 Budget Cost (task-timephased fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline 10 Budget Cost fields store the originally planned budget cost amounts for cost resources that are specifically identified as budget resources.
Baseline1-10 Budget Work (task-timephased fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Budget Work fields store the originally planned budget work amounts for work resources and material resources that are specifically identified as budget resources.
Baseline1-10 Cost (task-timephased fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Cost fields store the total planned cost for a task, a resource, or an assignment.
Baseline1-10 Work (task-timephased fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Work fields store the total planned person-hours scheduled for a task, resource, or assignment.
BCWP (Earned Value or EV) (task-timephased field) The BCWP (budgeted cost of work performed) field contains the cumulative value of the task's, resource's, or assignments's percent complete multiplied by the timephased baseline costs.
BCWS (Planned Value or PV) (task-timephased field) The BCWS (budgeted cost of work scheduled) field contains the cumulative timephased baseline costs up to the status date or today's date.
Budget Cost (task-timephased field) The Budget Cost field is used to enter or review budget costs for budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Budget Work (task-timephased field) The Budget Work field is used to enter or review budget work for budget work and material resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Cost (task-timephased field) The Cost field shows the total scheduled or projected cost for a task, resource, or assignment, based on costs already incurred for work performed by resources assigned to the tasks, in addition to the costs planned for the remaining work.
CPI (task-timephased field) The CPI (cost performance index) field shows the ratio of budgeted (or baseline) costs of work performed to actual costs of work performed, up to the project status date or today's date.
Cumulative Cost (task-timephased field) The Cumulative Cost field shows the scheduled cumulative timephased cost for a task, resource, or assignment to date.
Cumulative Percent (%) Complete (task-timephased field) The Cumulative % Complete field shows cumulative percent complete values for a task as distributed over time.
Cumulative Work (task-timephased field) The Cumulative Work field contains the time scheduled for all resources assigned to tasks, accumulated over time.
CV (task-timephased field) The CV (earned value cost variance) field shows the difference between how much it should have cost and how much it has actually cost to achieve the current level of completion up to the status date or today's date.
CV% (task-timephased field) The CV% (cost variance percent) field shows the ratio of cost variance (CV) to budgeted cost of work performed (BCWP), expressed as a percentage.
Fixed Cost (task-timephased field) The Fixed Cost field shows any nonresource task expense.
Overallocation (task-timephased field) The Overallocation field indicates whether any one of the assigned resources on a task is assigned to more work on the task, or whether a resource is assigned to do more work on all assigned tasks, than can be done in the normal working capacity.
Overtime Work (task-timephased field) The Overtime Work field contains the amount of overtime scheduled to be performed by all resources assigned to a task, for all tasks assigned to a resource, or by a resource on a task, and charged at the overtime rates of the resources involved.
Percent (%) Complete (task-timephased field) The % Complete field contains the current status of a task, expressed as the percentage of the task's duration that has been completed.
Regular Work (task-timephased field) The Regular Work field shows the total amount of nonovertime work scheduled to be performed by resources.
SPI (task-timephased field) The SPI (schedule performance index) field shows the ratio of the budgeted cost of work performed to the budgeted cost of work scheduled (BCWP/BCWS).
SV (task-timephased field) The SV (earned value schedule variance) field shows the difference in cost between the current progress and the baseline plan of a task, all assigned tasks of a resource, or for an assignment up to the status date or today's date.
SV Percent (%) (task-timephased field) The SV% (schedule variance percent) field shows the ratio of schedule variance (SV) to budgeted cost of work scheduled (BCWS), expressed as a percentage.
Work (task-timephased field) The Work field shows the total time scheduled on a task for all assigned resources, the total time to which a resource is scheduled on all assigned tasks, or the total amount of time scheduled for a resource on a task.

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Resource fields

New indicates that the field is new in Project 2010.

Field Description
Accrue At (resource field) The Accrue At field provides choices for how and when resource standard and overtime costs are to be charged, or accrued, to the cost of a task.
Actual Cost (resource field) The Actual Cost field shows costs incurred for work already performed by resources on their tasks, along with any other recorded costs associated with the task.
Actual Finish (resource field) The Actual Finish field shows the date and time when a task or assignment was completed.
Actual Overtime Cost (resource field) The Actual Overtime Cost field shows costs incurred for overtime work already performed on tasks by assigned resources.
Actual Overtime Work (resource field) The Actual Overtime Work field contains the actual amount of overtime work already performed by resources assigned to tasks. The timephased versions of these fields show values distributed over time.
Actual Start (resource field) The Actual Start field shows the date and time that a task or an assignment actually began, based on progress information that you entered.
Actual Work (resource field) The Actual Work field shows the amount of work that has already been done by resources assigned to tasks. The timephased versions of these fields show values distributed over time.
ACWP (resource field) The ACWP (actual cost of work performed) field shows costs incurred for work already done on a task, up to the project status date or today's date.
Assignment (resource field) The Assignment field indicates whether the row is an assignment row instead of a task or resource row.
Assignment Delay (resource field) The Assignment Delay field shows the time a resource must wait before starting work on an assignment. No information is actually displayed in the Assignment Delay fields; they only make the corresponding Assignment Delay field information available.
Assignment Units (resource field) The Assignment Units field shows how much the assigned resources are allocated to a task.
Available From (resource field) The Available From field shows the starting date that a resource is available for work at the units specified for the current time period.
Available To (resource field) The Available To field shows the end date that a resource is available for work at the units specified for the current time period.
Base Calendar (resource field) The Base Calendar field indicates which calendar is the base calendar for a resource calendar.
Baseline Budget Cost (resource field) The Baseline Budget Cost field displays the originally planned budget for budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Baseline Budget Work (resource field) The Baseline Budget Work field displays the originally planned budget work amounts for budget work and material resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Baseline Cost (resource field) The Baseline Cost field shows the total planned cost for a task, a resource for all assigned tasks, or for work to be performed by a resource on a task.
Baseline Finish (resource field) The Baseline Finish field shows the planned completion date for a task or assignment at the time that you saved a baseline.
Baseline Start (resource field) The Baseline Start field shows the planned start date for a task or assignment at the time that you saved a baseline.
Baseline Work (resource field) The Baseline Work field shows the total planned person-hours scheduled for a task, resource, or assignment.
Baseline1-10 Budget Cost (resource fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline 10 Budget Cost fields store the originally planned budget cost amounts for cost resources that are specifically identified as budget resources.
Baseline1-10 Budget Work (resource fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Budget Work fields store the originally planned budget work amounts for work resources and material resources that are specifically identified as budget resources.
Baseline1-10 Cost (resource fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Cost fields store the total planned cost for a task, a resource, or an assignment.
Baseline1-10 Finish (resource fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Finish fields store the planned completion date for a task or resource assignment at the time that you save a corresponding baseline.
Baseline1-10 Start (resource fields) The baseline start fields (Baseline1 Start through Baseline10 Start) store the planned start date for a task or assignment at the time that you save a corresponding baseline.
Baseline1-10 Work (resource fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Work fields store the total planned person-hours scheduled for a task, resource, or assignment.
BCWP (Earned Value or EV) (resource field) The BCWP (budgeted cost of work performed) field contains the cumulative value of the task's, resource's, or assignments's percent complete multiplied by the timephased baseline costs.
BCWS (Planned Value or PV) (resource field) The BCWS (budgeted cost of work scheduled) field contains the cumulative timephased baseline costs up to the status date or today's date.
Budget (resource field) The Budget field is used to view or change whether a work, material, or cost resource is a budget resource, that is, a resource whose work, material, or costs should be tracked in the project.
Budget Cost (resource field) The Budget Cost field is used to enter or review budget costs for budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Budget Work (resource field) The Budget Work field is used to enter or review budget work for budget work and material resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Can Level (resource field) The Can Level field indicates whether resource leveling can be done on a resource.
Code (resource field) The Code field contains any code, abbreviation, or number you want to enter as part of a resource's information.
Confirmed (resource field) The Confirmed field indicates whether resources assigned to a tasks have accepted or rejected their task assignments.
Cost (resource field) The Cost field shows the total scheduled or projected cost for a task, resource, or assignment, based on costs already incurred for work performed by resources assigned to the tasks, in addition to the costs planned for the remaining work.
Cost Per Use (resource field) For a work resource (people and equipment), the Cost Per Use field shows the cost that accrues every time that a resource is used. It is added every time that a work resource unit is assigned to a task.
Cost Rate Table (resource field) The Cost Rate Table field provides choices for which cost rate table to use for the resources assigned to a task.
New
Cost Type (resource field)
The Cost Type field displays the cost type, as selected in the Cost Type lookup table, which is shipped with Microsoft Project Server and can be modified to reflect the organization’s specific cost types.
Project Professional 2010 only
Cost Variance (resource field) The Cost Variance field shows the difference between the baseline cost and total cost for a task, resource, or assignment.
Cost1-10 (resource fields) The Cost1 through Cost10 fields can store custom task, resource, or assignment cost information.
Created (resource field) The Created field contains the date and time when a resource was added to the project.
CV (resource field) The CV (earned value cost variance) field shows the difference between how much it should have cost and how much it has actually cost to achieve the current level of completion up to the status date or today's date.
Date1-10 (resource fields) The Date1 through Date10 fields store task, resource, or assignment date information.
Default Assignment Owner (resource field) The Default Assignment Owner field contains the name of the enterprise user who is responsible for entering status on a given assignment.
Project Professional 2010 only
Duration1-10 (resource fields) The Duration1 through Duration10 fields store any task, resource, or assignment duration information.
E-mail Address (resource field) The E-mail Address field contains the e-mail address of a resource.
Enterprise (resource field) The Enterprise field shows whether a resource is from the enterprise resource pool (Yes) or the local resource pool (No).
Enterprise Base Calendar (resource field) The Enterprise Base Calendar field indicates whether the resource is assigned to a base calendar from the enterprise global template.
Enterprise Cost1-10 (resource fields) The Enterprise Cost1 through Enterprise Cost10 fields can store any custom task, resource, or assignment cost information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Date1-30 (resource fields) The Enterprise Date1 through Enterprise Date30 fields can store any custom task, resource, or assignment date information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Duration1-10 (resource fields) The Enterprise Duration1 through Enterprise Duration10 fields can store any custom task, resource, or assignment duration information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Flag1-20 (resource fields) The Enterprise Flag1 through Enterprise Flag20 fields can store any custom task, resource, or assignment flag information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Number1-40 (resource fields) The Enterprise Project Number1 through Enterprise Project Number40 fields can store any custom project number information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Required Values (resource field) The Enterprise Required Values field indicates whether the resource has the necessary required values for Project Server 2010.
Enterprise Resource Outline Code1-29 (resource fields) The Enterprise Resource Outline Code1 through Enterprise Resource Outline Code29 fields contain an alphanumeric code that represents a flat list or hierarchical structure of resources (for example, skill codes or job codes).
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Team Member (resource field) When multiple enterprise projects are open, resource views display all resources from all open projects of the same version (for example, all published versions of open projects).
Enterprise Text1-40 (resource fields) The Enterprise Text1 through Enterprise Text40 fields can store any custom text information for tasks, resources, or assignments as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Unique ID (resource field) Enterprise resources are available to all projects in Project Server 2010.
Error Message (resource field) The Error message field is used by the Import Resources Wizard and Import Project Wizard to show errors upon importing resource and task information respectively into Project Server 2010.
Project Professional 2010 only
Finish1-10 (resource fields) The Finish1 through Finish10 fields can store any task, resource, or assignment finish date information.
Finish (resource field) The Finish field shows the date when a resource is scheduled to complete work on all assigned tasks.
Flag1-20 (resource fields) The Flag1 through Flag20 field indicates whether a task, resource, or assignment is marked for additional action or identification of some kind.
Generic (resource field) The Generic field indicates whether a resource is generic or not.
Group (resource field) The Group field contains the name of the group that a resource belongs to.
Group By Summary (resource field) The Group By Summary field indicates whether this row in the task or resource sheet is the summary row for tasks or resources grouped by a particular category.
Hyperlink (resource field) The Hyperlink field shows the title or explanatory text for a hyperlink associated with a task, resource, or assignment.
Hyperlink Address (resource field) The Hyperlink Address field contains the address for a hyperlink associated with a task, resource, or assignment.
Hyperlink Href (resource field) The Hyperlink Href field contains the combination, or concatenation, of the Hyperlink Address and Hyperlink SubAddress fields associated with a task, resource, or assignment.
Hyperlink SubAddress (resource field) The Hyperlink SubAddress field contains the specific location in a document in a hyperlink associated with a task, resource, or assignment.
ID (resource field) The ID field contains the identifier number that Project 2010 automatically assigns to each task or resource as you add them to the project.
Import (resource field) The Import field specifies whether a resource should be imported into Project Server 2010 as an enterprise resource. It is part of the Import Resources Wizard.
Project Professional 2010 only
Inactive (resource field) Enterprise resources are not deleted. Instead, they are made inactive by a user who has administrative rights.
Indicators (resource field) The Indicators field displays indicators that give different types of information about a task or resource.
Initials (resource field) The Initials field shows the abbreviation for a resource name.
Leveling Delay (resource field) The Leveling Delay field contains the time that a task or assignment is to be delayed from its early start date because of resource leveling.
Linked Fields (resource field) The Linked Fields field indicates whether there are OLE links to the task, resource, or assignment, either from elsewhere in this project file, from another Project 2010 file, or from another program.
Material Label (resource field) The Material Label field contains the unit of measurement you enter for a material resource, for example, tons, boxes, or cubic yards.
Max Units (resource field) The Max Units field contains the maximum percentage or number of units representing the maximum capacity for which a resource is available to accomplish any tasks during the current time period.
Name (resource field) The Name field contains the name of a task or a resource.
Notes (resource field) The Notes field contains comments you can enter about a task, resource, or assignment.
Number1-20 (resource fields) The Number1 through Number20 fields store any numeric information that you want to include in your project that relate to tasks, resources, or assignments.
Objects (resource field) The Objects field contains the number of objects attached to a task or associated with a resource.
Outline Code1-10 (resource fields) The Outline Code1 through Outline Code10 fields contain an alphanumeric code you define to represent a hierarchical structure of tasks or resources.
Overallocated (resource field) The Overallocated field indicates whether a resource is assigned to more work on a specific task or all tasks than can be completed within normal working capacity.
Overtime Cost (resource field) The Overtime Cost field shows the total overtime cost for a task, for a resource on all assigned tasks, or for a resource assignment.
Overtime Rate (resource field) The Overtime Rate field shows the rate of pay for overtime work performed by a resource.
Overtime Work (resource field) The Overtime Work field contains the amount of overtime scheduled to be performed by all resources assigned to a task, for all tasks assigned to a resource, or by a resource on a task, and charged at the overtime rates of the resources involved.
Peak (resource field) The Peak field contains the maximum percentage or number of units for which a resource is assigned at any one time for tasks.
Percent (%) Work Complete (resource field) The % Work Complete field contains the current status of a task, resource, or assignment, expressed as the percentage of work that has been completed.
Phonetics (resource field) The Phonetics field is used only in the Japanese version of Project 2010.
Project (resource field) The Project field shows the name of the subprojects where tasks, resources, or assignments originate.
RBS (resource field) The RBS field contains the Resource Breakdown Structure, also known as the User Breakdown Structure.
Regular Work (resource field) The Regular Work field shows the total amount of nonovertime work scheduled to be performed by resources.
Remaining Cost (resource field) The Remaining Cost field shows the remaining scheduled expense that will be incurred in completing the remaining scheduled work.
Remaining Overtime Cost (resource field) The Remaining Overtime Cost field shows the remaining scheduled overtime expense for a task, resource, or assignment
Remaining Overtime Work (resource field) The Remaining Overtime Work field shows the amount of remaining scheduled overtime.
Remaining Work (resource field) The Remaining Work field shows the time, such as person-hours or days, still required to complete a task or set of tasks.
Resource Calendar GUID (resource field) The Resource Calendar GUID field contains the generated unique identification codes for each resource calendar in your project. No two resource calendars will have the same Resource Calendar GUID.
New
Resource Departments (resource field)
The Resource Departments field contains the name of the department with which the selected resource is associated, as selected in the Department lookup table, which is shipped with Microsoft Project Server and can be modified to reflect the organization’s specific department names.
Project Professional 2010 only
Resource GUID (resource field) The Resource GUID field contains the generated unique identification code for each resource in your project. No two resources will have the same Resource GUID.
Response Pending (resource field) The Response Pending field indicates whether an acknowledgement has been received from team members assigned to tasks.
Standard Rate (resource field) The Standard Rate field shows the rate of pay for regular, non-overtime work performed by a resource.
Start (resource field) The Start field shows the date when an assigned resource is scheduled to begin working on a task.
Start1-10 (resource fields) The Start1 through Start10 fields show any specific task, resource, or assignment start date information that you want to enter and store separately in your project.
Summary (resource field) The Summary field indicates whether the assignment information for resources used in the current project is from the currently open project or another project that uses the same resources.
SV (resource field) The SV (earned value schedule variance) field shows the difference in cost between the current progress and the baseline plan of a task, all assigned tasks of a resource, or for an assignment up to the status date or today's date.
Team Assignment Pool (resource field) The Team Assignment Pool field shows whether the current resource is a team resource.
Project Professional 2010 only
Task Summary Name (resource field) The Task Summary Name field contains the names of the summary tasks for the task associated with a resource assignment.
TeamStatus Pending (resource field) he TeamStatus Pending field indicates whether you've received a response to a progress request you've sent to a resource about assigned tasks.
Text1-30 (resource fields) The Text1 through Text30 fields store any text information that you want to include in your project about tasks, resources, or assignments.
Type (resource field) The Type field provides choices that control the effect that editing work, assignment units, or duration has on the calculations of the other two fields.
Unique ID (resource field) The Unique ID field contains the number that Project 2010 automatically designates whenever a new task, resource, or assignment is created in the current project.
Update Needed (resource field) The Update Needed field indicates whether a Project Server 2010 update should be sent to the assigned team members because of changes to a task's start date, finish date, or assignments.
VAC (resource field) The VAC field shows the variance at completion (VAC), which is the difference between the budgeted at completion (BAC) or baseline cost and estimated at completion (EAC) cost for a task, resource, or assignment on a task.
Windows User Account (resource field) The Windows User Account field contains the Microsoft Windows user name that you enter for a work resource.
Work (resource field) The Work field shows the total time scheduled on a task for all assigned resources, the total time to which a resource is scheduled on all assigned tasks, or the total amount of time scheduled for a resource on a task.
Workgroup (resource field) The Workgroup field provides choices for the electronic updating method that you're using to communicate and collaborate with each work resource on your project team.
Work Contour (resource field) The Work Contour field provides choices for the contour shape to use for the resources assigned to a task.
Work Variance (resource field) The Work Variance field contains the difference between baseline work of a task, resource, or assignment and the currently scheduled work.

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Resource-timephased fields

New indicates that the field is new in Project 2010.

Actual Cost (resource-timephased field) The Actual Cost field shows costs incurred for work already performed by resources on their tasks together with any other recorded costs associated with the task.
Actual Overtime Work (resource-timephased field) The Actual Overtime Work field contains the actual amount of overtime work already performed by resources assigned to tasks. The timephased versions of these fields show values distributed over time.
Actual Work (resource-timephased field) The Actual Work field shows the amount of work that has already been done by resources assigned to tasks. The timephased versions of these fields show values distributed over time.
ACWP (resource-timephased field) The ACWP (actual cost of work performed) field shows costs incurred for work already done on a task, up to the project status date or today's date.
Baseline Budget Cost (resource-timephased field) The Baseline Budget Cost field displays the originally planned budget for budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Baseline Budget Work (resource-timephased field) The Baseline Budget Work field displays the originally planned budget work amounts for budget work and material resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Baseline Cost (resource-timephased field) The Baseline Cost field shows the total planned cost for a task, a resource for all assigned tasks, or for work to be performed by a resource on a task.
Baseline Work (resource-timephased field) The Baseline Work field shows the total planned person-hours scheduled for a task, resource, or assignment.
Baseline1-10 Budget Cost (resource-timephased fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline 10 Budget Cost fields store the originally planned budget cost amounts for cost resources that are specifically identified as budget resources.
Baseline1-10 Budget Work (resource-timephased fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Budget Work fields store the originally planned budget work amounts for work resources and material resources that are specifically identified as budget resources.
Baseline1-10 Cost (resource-timephased fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Cost fields store the total planned cost for a task, a resource, or an assignment.
Baseline1-10 Work (resource-timephased fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Work fields store the total planned person-hours scheduled for a task, resource, or assignment.
BCWP (Earned Value or EV) (resource-timephased field) The BCWP (budgeted cost of work performed) field contains the cumulative value of the task's, resource's, or assignments's percent complete multiplied by the timephased baseline costs.
BCWS (Planned Value or PV) (resource-timephased field) The BCWS (budgeted cost of work scheduled) field contains the cumulative timephased baseline costs up to the status date or today's date.
Budget Cost (resource-timephased field) The Budget Cost field is used to enter or review budget costs for budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary tasks are assigned only to the project summary task.
Budget Work (resource-timephased field) The Budget Work field is used to enter or review budget work for budget work and material resources. Budget resource
Cost (resource-timephased field) The Cost field shows the total scheduled or projected cost for a task, resource, or assignment, based on costs already incurred for work performed by resources assigned to the tasks, in addition to the costs planned for the remaining work.
Cumulative Cost (resource-timephased field) The Cumulative Cost field shows the scheduled cumulative timephased cost for a task, resource, or assignment to date.
Cumulative Work (resource-timephased field) The Cumulative Work field contains the time scheduled for all resources assigned to tasks, accumulated over time.
CV (resource-timephased field) The CV (earned value cost variance) field shows the difference between how much it should have cost and how much it has actually cost to achieve the current level of completion up to the status date or today's date.
Overallocation (resource-timephased field) The Overallocation field indicates whether any one of the assigned resources on a task is assigned to more work on the task, or whether a resource is assigned to do more work on all assigned tasks, than can be done within the normal working capacity.
Overtime Work (resource-timephased field) The Overtime Work field contains the amount of overtime scheduled to be performed by all resources assigned to a task, for all tasks assigned to a resource, or by a resource on a task, and charged at the overtime rates of the resources involved.
Peak Units (resource-timephased field) The Peak Units field contains the percentage or number of units to which a resource is assigned at any time for tasks as distributed over time.
Percent (%) Allocation (resource-timephased field) The Percent Allocation field contains the percentage that represents the total amount of a resource's capacity being allocated to tasks.
Regular Work (resource-timephased field) The Regular Work field shows the total amount of nonovertime work scheduled to be performed by resources.
Remaining Availability (resource-timephased field) The Remaining Availability field contains the time remaining that a resource will be available for work.
SV (resource-timephased field) The SV (earned value schedule variance) field shows the difference in cost between the current progress and the baseline plan of a task, all assigned tasks of a resource, or for an assignment up to the status date or today's date.
Unit Availability (resource-timephased field) The Unit Availability field contains the percentage or number of maximum units that a work resource is available to accomplish on any tasks during any selected time period, as distributed over time.
Work (resource-timephased field) The Work field shows the total time scheduled on a task for all assigned resources, the total time to which a resource is scheduled on all assigned tasks, or the total amount of time scheduled for a resource on a task.
Work Availability (resource-timephased field) The Work Availability field contains the maximum time a work resource is available to be scheduled for work during any selected time period, as distributed over time.

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Assignment fields

New indicates that the field is new in Project 2010.

Field Description
Actual Cost (assignment field) The Actual Cost field shows costs incurred for work already performed by resources on their tasks together with any other recorded costs associated with the task.
Actual Finish (assignment field) The Actual Finish field shows the date and time when a task or assignment was completed.
Actual Overtime Cost (assignment field) The Actual Overtime Cost field shows costs incurred for overtime work already performed on tasks by assigned resources.
Actual Overtime Work (assignment field) The Actual Overtime Work field contains the actual amount of overtime work already performed by resources assigned to tasks. The timephased versions of these fields show values distributed over time.
Actual Start (assignment field) The Actual Start field shows the date and time that a task or an assignment actually began, based on progress information that you entered.
Actual Work (assignment field) The Actual Work field shows the amount of work that has already been done by resources assigned to tasks. The timephased versions of these fields show values distributed over time.
ACWP (assignment field) The ACWP (actual cost of work performed) field shows costs incurred for work already done on a task, up to the project status date or today's date.
Assignment (assignment field) The Assignment field indicates whether the row is an assignment row instead of a task or resource row.
Assignment Delay (assignment field) The Assignment Delay field shows the time a resource must wait before starting work on an assignment. No information is actually displayed in the Assignment Delay fields; they only make the corresponding Assignment Delay field information available.
Assignment Owner (assignment field) The Assignment Owner field contains the name of the user who is responsible for entering status in Project Web App for the current assignment.
Project Professional 2010 only
Assignment Units (assignment field) The Assignment Units field shows how much the assigned resources are allocated to a task.
Baseline Budget Cost (assignment field) The Baseline Budget Cost field displays the originally planned budget for budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Baseline Budget Work (assignment field) The Baseline Budget Work field displays the originally planned budget work amounts for budget work and material resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Baseline Cost (assignment field) The Baseline Cost field shows the total planned cost for a task, a resource for all assigned tasks, or for work to be performed by a resource on a task.
Baseline Finish (assignment field) The Baseline Finish field shows the planned completion date for a task or assignment at the time that you saved a baseline.
Baseline Start (assignment field) The Baseline Start field shows the planned start date for a task or assignment at the time that you saved a baseline.
Baseline Work (assignment field) The Baseline Work field shows the total planned person-hours scheduled for a task, resource, or assignment.
Baseline1-10 Budget Cost (assignment fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline 10 Budget Cost fields store the originally planned budget cost amounts for cost resources that are specifically identified as budget resources.
Baseline1-10 Budget Work (assignment fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Budget Work fields store the originally planned budget work amounts for work resources and material resources that are specifically identified as budget resources.
Baseline1-10 Cost (assignment fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Cost fields store the total planned cost for a task, a resource, or an assignment.
New
Baseline0-10 Estimated Finish (assignment fields)
When you set a baseline, Microsoft Project copies the Scheduled Finish dates for a task or assignment and stores them in the Baseline Estimated Finish fields (Baseline Estimated Finish to Baseline1 Estimated Finish through Baseline10 Estimated Finish). This is true whether the tasks are manually or automatically scheduled.
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Baseline0-10 Estimated Start (assignment fields)
When you set a baseline, Microsoft Project copies the Scheduled Start dates for a task or assignment and stores them in the Baseline Estimated Start fields (Baseline Estimated Start to Baseline1 Estimated Start through Baseline10 Estimated Start). This is true whether the tasks are manually or automatically scheduled.
Baseline1-10 Finish (assignment fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Finish fields store the planned completion date for a task or resource assignment at the time that you save a corresponding baseline.
Baseline1-10 Start (assignment fields) The baseline start fields (Baseline1 Start through Baseline10 Start) store the planned start date for a task or assignment at the time that you save a corresponding baseline.
Baseline1-10 Work (assignment fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Work fields store the total planned person-hours scheduled for a task, resource, or assignment.
BCWP (Earned Value or EV) (assignment field) The BCWP (budgeted cost of work performed) field contains the cumulative value of the task's, resource's, or assignments's percent complete multiplied by the timephased baseline costs.
BCWS (Planned Value or PV) (assignment field) The BCWS (budgeted cost of work scheduled) field contains the cumulative timephased baseline costs up to the status date or today's date.
Budget Cost (assignment field) The Budget Cost field is used to enter or review budget costs for budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Budget Work (assignment field) The Budget Work field is used to enter or review budget work for budget work and material resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Confirmed (assignment field) The Confirmed field indicates whether resources assigned to a tasks have accepted or rejected their task assignments.
Cost (assignment field) The Cost field shows the total scheduled or projected cost for a task, resource, or assignment, based on costs already incurred for work performed by resources assigned to the tasks, in addition to the costs planned for the remaining work.
Cost Rate Table (assignment field) The Cost Rate Table field provides choices for which cost rate table to use for the resources assigned to a task.
Cost Variance (assignment field) The Cost Variance assignment field shows the difference between the baseline cost and total cost for a task, resource, or assignment.
Cost1-10 (assignment fields) The Cost1 through Cost10 fields can store custom task, resource, or assignment cost information.
Critical (assignment field) The Critical field indicates whether a task or an assignment's task has any room in the schedule to slip, or if a task is on the critical path.
CV (assignment field) The CV (earned value cost variance) field shows the difference between how much it should have cost and how much it has actually cost to achieve the current level of completion up to the status date or today's date.
Date1-10 (assignment fields) The Date1 through Date10 fields store task, resource, or assignment date information.
Duration1-10 (assignment fields) The Duration1 through Duration10 fields store any task, resource, or assignment duration information.
Enterprise Cost1-10 (assignment fields) The Enterprise Cost1 through Enterprise Cost10 fields can store any custom task, resource, or assignment cost information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Date1-30 (assignment fields) The Enterprise Date1 through Enterprise Date30 fields can store any custom task, resource, or assignment date information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Duration1-10 (assignment fields) The Enterprise Duration1 through Enterprise Duration10 fields can store any custom task, resource, or assignment duration information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Flag1-20 (assignment fields) The Enterprise Flag1 through Enterprise Flag20 fields can store any custom task, resource, or assignment flag information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Number1-40 (assignment fields) The Enterprise Project Number1 through Enterprise Project Number40 fields can store any custom project number information as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions.
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Resource Outline Code1-29 (assignment fields) The Enterprise Resource Outline Code1 through Enterprise Resource Outline Code29 fields contain an alphanumeric code that represents a flat list or hierarchical structure of resources (for example, skill codes or job codes).
Project Professional 2010 only
Enterprise Text1-40 (assignment fields) The Enterprise Text1 through Enterprise Text40 fields can store any custom text information for tasks, resources, or assignments as defined by your project management administrator or other user who has administrative permissions
Project Professional 2010 only
Finish (assignment field) The Finish field shows the date when an assigned resource is scheduled to complete work on a task.
Finish Variance (assignment field) The Finish Variance field contains the time that represents the difference between the baseline finish date of a task or assignment and its current finish date.
Finish1-10 (assignment fields) The Finish1 through Finish10 fields can store any task, resource, or assignment finish date information.
Flag1-20 (assignment fields) The Flag1 through Flag20 fields indicate whether a task, resource, or assignment is marked for additional action or identification of some kind.
Hyperlink (assignment field) The Hyperlink field shows the title or explanatory text for a hyperlink associated with a task, resource, or assignment.
Hyperlink Address (assignment field) The Hyperlink Address field contains the address for a hyperlink associated with a task, resource, or assignment.
Hyperlink Href (assignment field) The Hyperlink Href field contains the combination, or concatenation, of the Hyperlink Address and Hyperlink SubAddress fields associated with a task, resource, or assignment.
Hyperlink SubAddress (assignment field) The Hyperlink SubAddress field contains the specific location in a document in a hyperlink associated with a task, resource, or assignment.
Leveling Delay (assignment field) The Leveling Delay field contains the time that a task or assignment is to be delayed from its early start date because of resource leveling.
Linked Fields (assignment field) The Linked Fields field indicates whether there are OLE links to the task, resource, or assignment, either from elsewhere in this project file, from another Project 2010 file, or from another program.
Notes (assignment field) The Notes field contains comments you can enter about a task, resource, or assignment.
Number1-20 (assignment fields) The Number1 through Number20 fields store any numeric information that you want to include in your project that relate to tasks, resources, or assignments.
Outline Level (assignment field) The Outline Level field indicates the position of a task or assignment in the project outline hierarchy.
Overallocated (assignment field) The Overallocated field indicates whether a resource is assigned to more work on a specific task or all tasks than can be completed within normal working capacity.
Overtime Cost (assignment field) The Overtime Cost field shows the total overtime cost for a task, for a resource on all assigned tasks, or for a resource assignment.
Overtime Work (assignment field) The Overtime Work field contains the amount of overtime scheduled to be performed by all resources assigned to a task, for all tasks assigned to a resource, or by a resource on a task, and charged at the overtime rates of the resources involved.
Peak (assignment field) The Peak field contains the maximum percentage or number of units for which a resource is assigned at any one time for tasks.
Percent (%) Work Complete (assignment field) The % Work Complete field contains the current status of a task, resource, or assignment, expressed as the percentage of work that has been completed.
Priority (assignment field) The Priority field indicates the level of importance given to a task, which in turn indicates how readily a task or assignment can be delayed or split during resource leveling.
Project (assignment field) The Project field shows the name of the subprojects where tasks, resources, or assignments originate.
RBS (assignment field) The RBS field contains the Resource Breakdown Structure, also known as the User Breakdown Structure.
Regular Work (assignment field) The Regular Work field shows the total amount of nonovertime work scheduled to be performed by resources.
Remaining Cost (assignment field) The Remaining Cost field shows the remaining scheduled expense that will be incurred in completing the remaining scheduled work.
Remaining Overtime Cost (assignment field) The Remaining Overtime Cost field shows the remaining scheduled overtime expense for a task, resource, or assignment
Remaining Overtime Work (assignment field) The Remaining Overtime Work field shows the amount of remaining scheduled overtime.
Remaining Work (assignment field) The Remaining Work field shows the time, such as person-hours or days, still required to complete a task or set of tasks.
Request/Demand (assignment field) The Request/Demand field provides choices for how resources are to be assigned when you are using the Resource Substitution Wizard.
Resource Group (assignment field) The Resource Group field contains the groups to which resources belong.
Resource ID (assignment field) The Resource ID field contains the identifier number that Project 2010 assigns to each resource.
Resource Initials (assignment field) The Resource Initials field shows the abbreviations for the names of resources.
Resource Name (assignment field) The Resource Name field contains the name of the resource to which an assignment belongs.
Resource Type (assignment field) The Resource Type field indicates whether the resource for this assignment is a work or material resource.
Response Pending (assignment field) The Response Pending field indicates whether an acknowledgement has been received from team members assigned to tasks.
Start (assignment field) The Start field shows the date when an assigned resource is scheduled to begin working on a task.
Start Variance (assignment field) The Start Variance field contains the time that represents the difference between a baseline start date of a task or assignment and its currently scheduled start date.
Start1-10 (assignment fields) The Start1 through Start10 fields show any specific task, resource, or assignment start date information that you want to enter and store separately in your project.
SV (assignment field) The SV (earned value schedule variance) field shows the difference in cost between the current progress and the baseline plan of a task, all assigned tasks of a resource, or for an assignment up to the status date or today's date.
Task ID (assignment field) The Task ID field contains the number that Project 2010 assigns to each task as you add it to the project.
Task Name (assignment field) The Task Name field contains the name of the task to which an assignment belongs.
Task Outline Number (assignment field) The Task Outline Number field contains the number that represents the associated task's position in the hierarchical outline structure.
Task Summary Name (assignment field) The Task Summary Name field contains the names of the summary tasks for the task associated with a resource assignment.
TeamStatus Pending (assignment field) he TeamStatus Pending field indicates whether you've received a response to a progress request you've sent to a resource about assigned tasks.
Text1-30 (assignment fields) The Text1 through Text30 fields store any text information that you want to include in your project about tasks, resources, or assignments.
Unique ID (assignment field) The Unique ID field contains the number that Project 2010 automatically designates whenever a new task, resource, or assignment is created in the current project.
Update Needed (assignment field) The Update Needed field indicates whether a Project 2010 update should be sent to the assigned team members because of changes to a task's start date, finish date, or assignments.
VAC (assignment field) The VAC field shows the variance at completion (VAC), which is the difference between the budgeted at completion (BAC) or baseline cost and estimated at completion (EAC) cost for a task, resource, or assignment on a task.
WBS (assignment field) The WBS field contains work breakdown structure (WBS) codes, which are alphanumeric codes you can use to represent the associated task's position in the hierarchical structure of the project.
Work (assignment field) The Work field shows the total time scheduled on a task for all assigned resources, the total time to which a resource is scheduled on all assigned tasks, or the total amount of time scheduled for a resource on a task.
Work Contour (assignment field) The Work Contour field provides choices for the contour shape to use for the resources assigned to a task.
Work Variance (assignment field) The Work Variance field contains the difference between baseline work of a task, resource, or assignment and the currently scheduled work.

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Assignment-timephased fields

New indicates that the field is new in Project 2010.

Actual Cost (assignment-timephased field) The Actual Cost field shows costs incurred for work already performed by resources on their tasks together with any other recorded costs associated with the task.
Actual Overtime Work (assignment-timephased field) The Actual Overtime Work field contains the actual amount of overtime work already performed by resources assigned to tasks. The timephased versions of these fields show values distributed over time.
Actual Work (assignment-timephased field) The Actual Work field shows the amount of work that has already been done by resources assigned to tasks. The timephased versions of these fields show values distributed over time.
ACWP (assignment-timephased field) The ACWP (actual cost of work performed) field shows costs incurred for work already done on a task, up to the project status date or today's date.
Baseline Budget Cost (assignment-timephased field) The Baseline Budget Cost field displays the originally planned budget for budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Baseline Budget Work (assignment-timephased field) The Baseline Budget Work field displays the originally planned budget work amounts for budget work and material resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Baseline Cost (assignment-timephased field) The Baseline Cost field shows the total planned cost for a task, a resource for all assigned tasks, or for work to be performed by a resource on a task.
Baseline Work (assignment-timephased field) The Baseline Work field shows the total planned person-hours scheduled for a task, resource, or assignment.
Baseline1-10 Budget Cost (assignment-timephased fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline 10 Budget Cost fields store the originally planned budget cost amounts for cost resources that are specifically identified as budget resources.
Baseline1-10 Budget Work (assignment-timephased fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Budget Work fields store the originally planned budget work amounts for work resources and material resources that are specifically identified as budget resources.
Baseline1-10 Cost (assignment-timephased fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Cost fields store the total planned cost for a task, a resource, or an assignment.
Baseline1-10 Work (assignment-timephased fields) The Baseline1 through Baseline10 Work fields store the total planned person-hours scheduled for a task, resource, or assignment.
BCWP (Earned Value or EV) (assignment-timephased field) The BCWP (budgeted cost of work performed) field contains the cumulative value of the task's, resource's, or assignments's percent complete multiplied by the timephased baseline costs.
BCWS (Planned Value or PV) (assignment-timephased field) The BCWS (budgeted cost of work scheduled) field contains the cumulative timephased baseline costs up to the status date or today's date.
Budget Cost (assignment-timephased field) The Budget Cost field is used to enter or review budget costs for budget cost resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Budget Work (assignment-timephased field) The Budget Work field is used to enter or review budget work for budget work and material resources. Budget resources are assigned only to the project summary task.
Cost (assignment-timephased field) The Cost field shows the total scheduled or projected cost for a task, resource, or assignment, based on costs already incurred for work performed by resources assigned to the tasks, in addition to the costs planned for the remaining work.
Cumulative Cost (assignment-timephased field) The Cumulative Cost field shows the scheduled cumulative timephased cost for a task, resource, or assignment to date.
Cumulative Work (assignment-timephased field) The Cumulative Work field contains the time scheduled for all resources assigned to tasks, accumulated over time.
CV (assignment-timephased field) The CV (earned value cost variance) field shows the difference between how much it should have cost and how much it has actually cost to achieve the current level of completion up to the status date or today's date.
Overallocation (assignment-timephased field) The Overallocation field indicates whether any one of the assigned resources on a task is assigned to more work on the task, or whether a resource is assigned to do more work on all assigned tasks, than can be done within the normal working capacity.
Overtime Work (assignment-timephased field) The Overtime Work field contains the amount of overtime scheduled to be performed by all resources assigned to a task, for all tasks assigned to a resource, or by a resource on a task, and charged at the overtime rates of the resources involved.
Peak Units (assignment-timephased field) The Peak Units field contains the percentage or number of units to which a resource is assigned at any one time for tasks as distributed over time.
Percent (%) Allocation (assignment-timephased field) The % Allocation field contains the percentage that represents the total amount of a resource's capacity being allocated to tasks.
Regular Work (assignment-timephased field) The Regular Work field shows the total amount of nonovertime work scheduled to be performed by resources.
Remaining Availability (assignment-timephased field) The Remaining Availability field contains the time remaining that a resource will be available for work.
SV (assignment-timephased field) The SV (earned value schedule variance) field shows the difference in cost between the current progress and the baseline plan of a task, all assigned tasks of a resource, or for an assignment up to the status date or today's date.
Work (assignment-timephased field) The Work field shows the total time scheduled on a task for all assigned resources, the total time to which a resource is scheduled on all assigned tasks, or the total amount of time scheduled for a resource on a task.

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Project fields

New indicates that the field is new in Project 2010.

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Areas Impacted (project field)
The Areas Impacted field contains examples of areas that could be affected by a proposal, as selected in the Areas Impacted lookup table, which is shipped with Microsoft Project Server and can be modified to reflect the organization’s specific areas. This field is controlled by the workflow.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Assumptions (project field)
The Assumptions field contains key assumptions for the current proposal. This field is controlled by the workflow.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Business Need (project field)
The Business Need field is used to specify the business requirement for the current proposal. When you add information, be sure to be as specific as possible. This field is controlled by the workflow.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Committed Planned End Date (project field)
The Committed Planned End Date field specifies the finish date of the project as committed to in a Portfolio Selection Scenario during resource constraint analysis.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Committed Planned Start Date (project field)
The Committed Planned Start Date field shows the beginning date of the project as committed to in a Portfolio Selection Scenario during resource constraint analysis.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Committed Portfolio Selection Decision (Cost) (project field)
The Committed Portfolio Selection Decision (Cost) field shows the result of a cost constraint analysis on a project. You can choose Selected, Unselected, Forced-In/Out, or Custom Forced-In/Out.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Committed Portfolio Selection Decision (Schedule) (project field)
The Committed Portfolio Selection Decision (Schedule) field shows the commitment date of a Portfolio Selection Scenario as determined during schedule constraint analysis.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Committed Portfolio Selection Decision Date (Cost) (project field)
The Committed Portfolio Selection Decision Date (Cost) field shows the commitment date of a Portfolio Selection Scenario as determined during cost constraint analysis.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Committed Portfolio Selection Decision Date (Schedule) (project field)
The Committed Portfolio Selection Decision Date (Schedule) field shows the result of a schedule constraint analysis on a project. You can choose Selected, Unselected, Forced-In/Out, or Custom Forced-In/Out.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Compliance Proposal (project field)
The Compliance Proposal field indicates whether the current proposal is for a project that helps meet a compliance goal, that is, whether the project is required by law, regulation, or other requirements.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Goals (project field)
The Goals field contains the measurable goals of the current proposal. This field is controlled by the workflow.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Post Implementation Review Date (project field)
The Post Implementation Review Date field indicates when the Post Implementation Review meeting was or will be held. This field is controlled by the workflow.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Post Implementation Review Notes (project field)
The Post Implementation Review Notes field stores review meeting notes or a link to a meeting notes publication for the post-implementation review. This field is controlled by the workflow.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Primary Objectives (project field)
The Primary Objectives field contains the primary objectives for the current proposal, as selected in the Primary Objective lookup table, which is shipped with Microsoft Project Server and can be modified to reflect the organization’s specific objective statements. This field is controlled by the workflow.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Project Departments (project field)
The Project Departments field contains the name of the department with which the selected project is associated, as selected in the Department lookup table, which is shipped with Microsoft Project Server and can be modified to reflect the organization’s specific department names.
Project Professional 2010 only
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Proposal Cost (project field)
The Proposal Cost field stores the estimated cost for the proposed project. This field is controlled by the workflow.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Proposed Finish Date (project field)
The Proposed Finish Date field contains the estimated end date for the current proposal. This field is controlled by the workflow.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Proposed Start Date (project field)
The Proposed Start Date field contains the estimated beginning date for the current proposal. This field is controlled by the workflow.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Workflow Phase Name (project field)
The Workflow Phase Name field specifies the current workflow phase for a selected project. A phase represents a collection of stages grouped together to identify a common set of activities in the project life cycle. Typical workflow phases are Create, Select, Plan, and Manage, although these phase names may be customized. This field is a component of the Microsoft Project Server workflow framework.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Workflow Stage Info (project field)
The Workflow Stage Info field describes the current workflow stage for a selected project. A stage represents a single step within a project life cycle, and one or more stages can make up a workflow phase. This field is a component of the Microsoft Project Server workflow framework.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Workflow Stage Name (project field)
The Workflow Stage Name field specifies the current workflow stage name for a selected project. A stage represents a single step within a project life cycle, and one or more stages can make up a workflow phase. This field is a component of the Microsoft Project Server workflow framework.
Project Professional 2010 only
New
Workflow State (project field)
The Workflow State field indicates a selected proposal or project’s current workflow state—for example, Waiting For Approval or Completed. This field is a component of the Microsoft Project Server workflow framework.
Project Professional 2010 only

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Applies to:
Project 2010, Project Server 2010