which you enter tasks and resources 6 Outline numbers f Represent the

Which you enter tasks and resources 6 outline numbers

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which you enter tasks and resources 6. Outline numbers f. Represent the relationships between tasks on a Network Diagram 7. Mask g. A standard way of representing project activities in a flowchart format 8. Reports h. The boxes used to represent tasks in a Network Diagram 9. WBS codes i. The primary way that project managers communicate project information to stakeholders 10. Calendar j. The unique identifier that Microsoft Project assigns to each task sequentially as you enter it True/False
1. The Visual Reports feature uses Microsoft Word and Excel to produce reports based on Project data. 2. You can apply up to ten levels of a custom outline number for tasks in a single Microsoft Project file. 3. Reports do not allow any data entry or manipulation. 4. WBS codes can include letters and numbers. 5. The Network Diagram view is one of the simplest views available in Microsoft Project. 6. If you want to reorder tasks by the order in which they were entered, you can sort them by Task ID. 7. In the WBS structure, top-level summary tasks are sequentially numbered with a single digit. 8. The Network Diagram focuses on task durations. 9. By default, the Calendar view displays three months at a time. 10. The Unique ID shows a task’s place in the hierarchy of the project schedule.

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