Data Type Yes/No (Yes/No field: A type of field with content set to either Yes or No; also known as a Boolean field or a True/False field. For example, the Recurring field indicates whether the task is a recurring task.)
Entry Type Entered (entered field: A field in which you may type or edit information. This is in contrast with a calculated field, in which Project calculates and enters information.)
Description The Can Level field indicates whether resource leveling (leveling: Resolving resource conflicts or overallocations by delaying or splitting certain tasks. When Project levels a resource, its selected assignments are distributed and rescheduled.) can be done on a resource.
Best Uses Add the Can Level field to a resource sheet when you want to specify that certain resources should never be leveled, and then click No in the field. Click Yes in the Can Level field when you want to specify that resources should be leveled.
Example You only have access to a specific resource for a limited period of time. So you don't want the scheduling of the resource's assignments to change if you level the project, even if this resource is overallocated. You add the Can Level field to the Resource Sheet view, and then for this resource, you click No.
Remarks The default for the Can Level field is Yes. If you click No, any leveling will always ignore the resource, even if you have selected the resource for leveling.