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Set a project start date or finish date
Article Show All Hide All When you build a new project plan, you specify whether you want to schedule your project from a start date (start date: The date when a task i...
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View and track scheduling factors
Article Show All Hide All Schedules (schedule: The timing and sequence of tasks within a project. A schedule consists mainly of tasks, task dependencies, durations, con...
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The duration of a task changed when I assigned a resource
Article Show All Hide All Symptoms When you assign resources (resources: The people, equipment, and material that are used to complete tasks in a project.) to a task (t...
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Enter or change a task duration
Article Show All Hide All When you initially create a new task, Project 2007 gives the task an estimated duration (duration: The total span of active working time that ...
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Manage your project's critical path
Article Show All Hide All You may wonder, "What ultimately determines the length of my project?" The answer is the critical path (critical path: The series of tasks tha...
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Watch this: Show the critical path
Article Show All Hide All Keeping a close eye on your project's critical path (critical path: The series of tasks that must be completed on schedule for a project to fi...
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Watch this: Use a PERT analysis
Article Show All Hide All You can use a Program, Evaluation, and Review Technique (PERT) analysis (PERT analysis: PERT [Program, Evaluation, and Review Technique] analy...
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My resource calendar doesn't modify the time that the resource is scheduled
Article Show All Hide All Symptoms Microsoft Office Project 2007 automatically creates a resource calendar (resource calendar: A calendar that specifies working and non...
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Watch this: Create slack (float) in your schedule
Article Show All Hide All Some projects may benefit from having slack (also called "float") (slack: The amount of time that a task can slip before it affects another ta...
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Watch this: Use lag and lead time
Article Show All Hide All Lag (lag time: A delay between tasks that have a dependency. For example, if you need a two-day delay between the finish of one task and the s...
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Automatically adjust the start and finish dates for new projects
Article Show All Hide All You can use the Adjust Dates macro (macro: An action or a set of actions that you can use to automate tasks. Macros are recorded in the Visual...
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Track tasks using Project 2007
Article Microsoft Office Project 2007 Step by Step By Carl Chatfield and Timothy Johnson Carl Cha tfield is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with exten...
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How scheduling works in Project
Article Show All Hide All Microsoft Office Project uses a powerful scheduling engine to help align your organization's projects and tasks (task: An activity that has a ...
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Watch this: Create a baseline
Article Show All Hide All You can set a baseline (baseline plan: The original project plans [up to 11 per project] used to track progress on a project. The baseline pla...
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