- Over allocation not shown in MS PROJECT 2016 with Windows 10–Bug or not?
- Multiple relationships between Tasks – using dummy Task in MS PROJECT 2016
- Multiple relationships between Tasks–is this possible?
- How to show different Baseline in Gantt Chart–MS PROJECT 2016
- Task Calendar and Resources – how they fit together in MS PRIJECT 2016?
Category Archives: Microsoft Project 2013
Hi, I have a great question form one of my Blog readers: “Hi Nenad, thanks for your time and experience. I have a question:I have to tasks 1 and 2.Task 2 starts with 1 day of delay of the start … Continue reading
Hi, I had a lot of question about the Topic I will write about today. Basically it is about relations between Resource (with no Calendar, or, to be more precise, which has Standard Calendar assigned), and specific Task with Specific … Continue reading
Hi, we all know what the Baseline is. But where is the right place to make it, if we have a Project which is Subproject of Master Project. I will show you where with MS PROJECT 2016. First of all … Continue reading
Hi, in Microsoft Project 2016 there is one very useful field called: Assignment Delay. Let me show you how useful is it, and how can you use it. First, as I always do, I will create simple Project: I will … Continue reading
Hi, I have interesting question from my Blog reader: “How does one change the calendar for the Project Summary Task? The schedule is developed and has a calendar, other than the standard calendar, associated with all the tasks, but … Continue reading
Hi, in MS PROJECT 2016, there is on, not so often used, field – Placeholder. Let me create new Project with three Tasks: As you can see, Task 1 and Task 2 are Manually scheduled, and Task 3 is Auto … Continue reading
Update the task as 100% without changing work hours automatically in MS PROJECT 2016 – is it possible?
Hi, I’ve got very good question from one of my Blog Readers: “How can I do to update the task as 100% but without changing work hours automatically? Because I want to know that my team is more efficient than … Continue reading