MS Project Lecture - MS Project CE167 FALL 2011...

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CE167 FALL 2011 MS Project
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Introduction to MS Project Project Schedules as a form of database management Default Assumptions in MS Project Tasks, Durations, Relationships in MS Project Adding Resources Critical Path Calculations, Leveling and other Cool Stuff
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Effort Driven Schedules MS Project Defaults to Effort Driven Schedules This is the default for Fixed Unit and Fixed work tasks You can toggle whether a task is effort driven under the advanced options tab Tasks under effort driven scheduling act like fixed work tasks after initial resource assignments are changed. Work values required to complete a task will not change as resources are added or removed after initial assignment Effort Driven Calculations not applied to works resources
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Adding Tasks/Task Information In each line in the Gantt Chart View, Add tasks for each item in your project. To Add information:
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course CIVIL AND 167 taught by Professor Ibbs during the Fall '11 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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