Task Types in Microsoft Project: Overview This lesson discusses how task types in Microsoft Project affect the scheduling formula used to calculate task duration. When you record actual work completed or progress made on a task in your project file, Microsoft Project will recalculate remaining task duration, by default. When calculating the work value
Set Task Lead and Lag Time in Project: Overview You can edit relationship links between project file tasks to set task lead and lag time in Project. For example, you could allow a day of lag time to pass between tasks. Alternatively, you could also allow for lead time. This is where you begin
The Field List in Report Charts in Project: Overview You can use the Field List in report charts in Project to change the data shown in the chart. The Field List in report charts in Project appears in a pane at the right side of the application window. Here you can modify the fields
Calendar View in Microsoft Project: Overview The Calendar view in Microsoft Project displays the tasks within the project in a calendar style. The Calendar view in Microsoft Project can assist you in showing which tasks are scheduled for which days in a calendar layout. You can switch to this view of your project file
Enter Project Information in Microsoft Project: Overview You can enter project information in Microsoft Project by clicking the “Project” tab in the Ribbon, and then clicking the “Project Information” button in the “Properties” button group after creating a new, blank project file. You can then set the basic parameters for the project file.
Report Tables in Project 2013: Overview Report tables in Project 2013 differ from tables in other Office applications, like Word, in that you cannot manually add information to them. Report tables in Project 2013 simply display selected information about the project. Report tables in Project 2013 use a data source for their display of
Create New Projects in Microsoft Project: Overview This tutorial shows you how to create new projects within Microsoft Project 2013 and 2010. When you first open Project 2013, you will see the startup screen that allows you to create a new project file. In Project 2010, a new blank project file is automatically created
Creating Tasks in Microsoft Project: Overview In this blog post, we will examine creating tasks in Microsoft Project. After you have created your initial project file within Microsoft Project, you will need to enter the tasks that comprise the project. Simply put, you need to enter the actual work that needs to be done