Category Archives: Microsoft PRoject 2010

99% completed of whole Project and/or Tasks in MS PROJECT 2013

Hi, very often I receive question like: “My Task remains 99% completed, and I do not know why?”, or “All Tasks are 100% completed but the whole project is 99% completed. Why?” Hera are two most often reasons for that. … Continue reading

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Actual start and finish date with material Resources in MS PROJECT 2013! When it does make a sense, and when it does not!

Hi, in this Blog Post I will show you how to use Actual Start and Finish date with Material Resources in a proper way. Of course, using MS PROJECT 2013! First I’m going to create brand new Project: As you … Continue reading

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Actuals on Summary Tasks in MS PROJECT 2013

Hi, today I will answer on may questions I’ve got from my Blog Readers, regarding to entering  % Complete, and Actual work in Summary Task, instead in Sub Tasks. I will do it in MS PROJECT 2013! As always, I’m … Continue reading

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When and why assign Resources to Summary Tasks and Milestones in MS PROJECT 2013!

Hi, I got a question from one of my Blog Readers: “Hi, would you be so kind and explain when to assign Resource to Summary Task or Milestone!” I will explain how to do it (which is very easy), and … Continue reading

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Maximal Units and Default Values in MS PROJECT 2013

Hi, my Blog Reader is in trouble. He wrote:”Hi Nenad, I am in need of a favor from you. I am currently working with the MS project to accomplish the team utilization and also to forecast the team’s availability. I … Continue reading

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Multiple Critical Paths in MS PROJECT 2013

Hi, today I will show you how to use Option: Calculate multiple critical paths in MS PROJECT 2013! What is Critical Path indeed?  This is the longest path which show you how long will a Project Duration be. It is … Continue reading

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Status Date line in MS Project 2013!

Hi, I’ve got a simple question from one of my Blog readers: “Hi, in your examples I can see Status Date in a Gantt Chart View. But I can not see it in my Projects. How to get this?” The … Continue reading

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Split in progress Task option in MS PROJECT 2013!

Hi, My very good friend Ben Howard, find a problem, and a solution. I will share it with you. But before you continue to read this Post please taka a look on his great site: http://www.applepark.co.uk. Do I have to … Continue reading

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Duration with different Resources working time in MS PROJECT 2013!

Hi, with permission of my MVP friend Gérard Ducouret I will explain how different Resources working time affect Task duration in MS Project 2013! I will show you on the example. First, I will create (as I always do), the … Continue reading

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Updating Project to status date versus Leveling in MS PROJECT 2013

Hi, yesterday I was teaching one of my Blog Readers about Leveling and Updating Projects in MS PROJECT 2013. The main problem was that after updating Project over allocated resources are still over allocated. I will explain the difference between … Continue reading

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