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Tutorial03 - Tutorial 3 Communicating Project Information...

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Tutorial 3: Communicating Project Information TRUE/FALSE 1. The critical path is always a series of critical tasks; it cannot be a single task. 2. If any tasks on the critical path take longer than planned, the project completion date will slip unless corrective action is taken. 3. Filtering tasks within Project 2007 is considerably different from filtering used in other software programs, such as Excel or Access. 4. When a filter is applied in any view, that filter is simultaneously applied to all other views. 5. Filters delete tasks that do not meet the filter criteria. 6. Each view of a project can have a different filter applied at the same time. 7. Filters dynamically update the current view of the project as the project is modified. 8. Formatting a table is similar to formatting cells within Excel or tables within Word. 9. By visually organizing tasks, you help communicate what needs to be done in the project. 10. Formatting options used for formatting individual tasks do not override options set for the task category. 11. To format an individual bar, you can double-click the bar in Gantt Chart view to open the Format Bar dialog box for that individual task. 12. In Network Diagram view, task boxes are shape- and color-coded; gold boxes indicate a critical task. 13. When you enter task information in the task box, it is displayed in the Task bar above the Network Diagram. 14. You can right-click any cell within a task box in the Network Diagram to enter or edit task information.
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