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Tag Archives: Microsoft Project 2010 – tracking
Hi, in this Post I will introduce two Terms: Crashing and Fat Tracking. When your Schedule is too long, and you want to short it, you will can add additional Resources to Tasks (and this is called Crashing), or you … Continue reading
Hi, as usual I have a question from one of my Blog Readers: “Dear Sir, Can you help me to solve one issue in MS Project? After finishing base line work hours, values entered to actual over time not adding … Continue reading
Hi, Today I’ll show you something that looks like a bug but it is not. Suppose that you have a Task with 5 days duration, and the Task Type is Fixed duration. I’ll do that Scenario in MS PROJECT 2013! … Continue reading
Hi, in this post I will explain what to do with your Project when you are late, and how to make your schedule Accurate! First, I will create some Tasks in MS PROJECT 2013: Then some Resources: Finally I will … Continue reading
Hi, some people asked me about difference between %Complete, and %Work Complete. I’ll show you the difference with a very simple example in MS PROJECT 2013. First, I will create a Simple Project with a single Task: I will have … Continue reading
Hi, Again a question from one of my Blog readers: “Dear Nenad,I really appreciate your blog…helps me immensely.I would really be grateful if you could help me on tracking resources exact hours on a standard calendar. I am interested … Continue reading
Hi, I received a question from one of my Blog reader: “After calculating the costing for work and overtime work, I baselined the task and then did tried to do the actuals in the task usage sheet. I did … Continue reading
Hi, I will show you how to get different information about your actual Project Status, using different Tables in MS PROJECT 2010. First I will set up my example: In my previous posts (last two) I put some actuals as … Continue reading
Hi, as I promised I will write about tracking actual work and cost on the Project in MS PROJECT 2010. In my previous blog I recorder progress for my three Tasks: First I will choose the Work Table: and … Continue reading
Hi, In this post I will explain how can you track the Task progress using more sophisticated approach. If you remember I have a sample project: I will now select the Task1 and open the Status Dialog Box for … Continue reading