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Ms Project - Class Exercise

Ms Project - Class Exercise - INFORMATION SYSTEM II MS...

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INFORMATION SYSTEM II MS PROJECT - CLASS EXERCISE - 1 - SHED PROJECT Statement of work We need storage for our lawn tools, equipment and other small items we want to get out of the garage. The shed will be built from a kit (supplies) that can be ordered from Home Depot. Requirements Walls need to be 8 ft. tall; floor space needs to be 120 sq. ft, 2’x3’ windows on each side. Need double doors on the front side to create a 7’x8’ opening, lockable. The roof will be shingled to match the house, cedar siding painted to match the house. Leave rafters open for additional storage, concrete slab floor Location: SW corner of the back yard. Estimated cost - $1,250 Staff required: ° Andy Handy – hired hand at $25/hour ° Betty Doe (daughter) – hired at $10/hour ° Frank Doe (son) – hired at $10/hour ° Homeowner – John Doe – $0/hour Steps to build: ° Order kit and schedule delivery (week one) o Duration: 1 day Hours: 2 Staff: John ° Preparation (summary task) ° Site preparation – clear and level the landscape (week one) o Duration: 2 days Hours: 12 each Staff: Betty, Frank, John ° Empty the foundation (week two) o Duration: 1 day Hours: 5 each Staff: John, Andy ° Receive delivery of kit o Duration: 1 day Hours: 2 Staff: John ° Set delivery as a milestone o Duration: 0 days Hours: 0 Staff: None ° Assembly (summary task) ° Assemble (gathering) kit (week three) o Duration: 1 day Hours: 5 each Staff: John, Andy ° Paint the shed o Duration: 1 day Hours: 2 each Staff: Frank, Betty ° Plant landscaping/flowers o Duration: 1 day Hours: 4 Staff: Betty ° Fill shed (week four) o Duration: 1 day Hours: 5 each Staff: John, Frank
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INFORMATION SYSTEM II MS PROJECT - CLASS EXERCISE - 2 - Exercise 1 – Create a Project ° Create a Project File ° Open Microsoft Project Professional 2003 ° Close the New Project window pane on the left side of the screen by select the X. ° Save the new project file using the File | Save option on the main menu. Use the file name: My Shed ° Enter Project Information ° Access the project information dialog box using Project | Project Information from the main menu. ° Set the start date to: Today’s date ° Leave all other options as the defaults settings. ° Close the project information dialog box by selecting OK. ° Enter Project Defaults ° Access the project Options dialog box by selecting Tools | Options from the main menu. ° Select the Schedule Tab ° Check the following settings, change them as necessary: 1. Set the Duration is entered in: Days Duration: the amount of working time needed to finish a task 2. Set the Work is entered in: Hours Work: total labor required to complete a task 3. Set the Default task type: Fixed Duration 4. Uncheck New Tasks Are Effort Driven 5. Select Set as Default to store these settings 6. Select the View Tab ° Click the View Tab and check for the following settings and change them as necessary: 1. Set the Date Format to: mm/dd/yy 2. Select OK to close the Options
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INFORMATION SYSTEM II MS PROJECT - CLASS EXERCISE - 3 - Exercise 2 – Entering Tasks ° In the project window, open the View menu and click Gantt Chart. The Gantt Chart view
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