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III. Flow chart overview of Project #4
Below are several diagrams showing the flowchart for Project #4.
There are three tools used
and their use reflects a
Thus, there are
three places noted on the flow
chart for checks as to whether the tasks are complete and then, with the Gantt chart, whether
those tasks are sequenced properly.
If those checks occur, the grade should be high for your
The flow charts below also use two
a subroutine is a set of
tasks that are used more than once.
In this case the Gantt chart requires a memo and it
There is choice for doing a bonus component for extra points.
If the group
does the bonus or not, the memo and the printing are still required.
rather than repeat
the same instruction set twice, it is done once and the subroutine is “called” from within the
flow of the process.
This could have been done on the first project flow chart of the shipping
and receiving if they had been worked out carefully.
The various flow charts in order below should be used in conjunction with the grading criteria
to check the assignment.
, below, page 3, shows the first part of Project #4, including the tree diagram and the
start of the responsibility matrix.
, page 4, completes the responsibility matrix and most of the Gantt chart.
ends with the choice of whether to attempt the dynamic text formulas that provide bonus
, page 5, shows the first of two subroutines.
shows the steps in the memo.
, page 5, shows the printing subroutines for the Gantt chart.
, page 6, shows the process to follow if the group chooses not to attempt the bonus
, page 6, shows the process to follow if the group chooses to attempt the bonus