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Further down in this Microsoft Project tutorial I show you how to add additional information to any task. The final step of the Gantt Chart Wizard is to select whether you want to display links between dependent tasks. I opted not to show these links in an effort to keep my MS Project Gantt chart as easy to read as possible.
Use the Format task bar feature to add detail From the Format tab, drop down the Format control to change the appearance of your tasks. Here you can add and rearrange important elements to your MS Project Gantt chart. Use the Copy Picture tool for selecting the task to display on your slide Now you need to create an image you can paste into PowerPoint. Microsoft Project has a feature called the Copy Picture tool which allows you to choose which tasks you want to show in your visual.
This is useful for paring down project tasks to the ones that are critical for your presentation. In the example below I selected all my Summary Tasks rows. On the Task tab drop down the Copy button to find the Copy Picture control. Choose to render image as a GIF file.
Choose to Copy Selected Rows. Set your timescale and click OK. Entering tasks in project C. Editing tasks list D. Using task forms E.
Estimated and Elapsed durations 7. Scheduling tasks A. Different methods of linking tasks B. Setting lag and lead time between tasks C. Setting task calendar D. Determining critical path CPM for project E. Determining Expected duration for task D.
Preparing schedule 9. Work Breakdown Structure A.
Outlining task list Summary and Subtasks C. Indenting and Out denting D. Outline numbers for tasks E. Recurring tasks Constraints 5 A. Working with constraints B.
Resolving conflicts caused by constraints C. Setting deadline dates Defining Resource A. Preparing resource sheet B. Resource Classifications C. Resource Calendars D. Cost rate tables of resource E. Working with resource information dialog box F.
Understanding resource scheduling Assigning Resources to tasks A. Working with Assign Resources dialog box B. Assigning material resources C. Effort driven scheduling D. Understanding task type to control calculation Analyzing Resource Distribution A. Understanding resource usage and task usage views B.
Contouring resource assignments C. Assigning overtime work D.
Resource graph analysis E. Study of over allocation of resources F. Different methods to identify over allocated resources Resolving Over allocation A. Understanding Resource leveling techniques B. Concepts of stretching, crunching and splitting C.
Automatic and Manual methods of resource leveling 6 D. Comparative study Leveling Gantt chart Optimizing Project Plan A. Reviewing schedule B. Filtering tasks and Resources C. Saving Baseline plan