Tag Archives: MS PROJECT 2010

Baseline for Subprojects in MS PROJECT 2013

Hi, Today I’m going to explain how to set and see Baseline for Subprojects in MS PROJECT 2013, and how to see those Baselines in Master Project! First I’m going to create two Brand new Projects with one Task: and … Continue reading

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How to manage multiple Projects in MS PROJECT 2013

  Hi, suppose that you have multiple Projects, and you do not have MS PROJECT SERVER. How can you see all Projects, Tasks, or Resources in MS PROJECT 2013? First what I’m going to do is to create Resource Pool: … Continue reading

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Fiscal Year and MS PROJECT 2013

Hi, some of you told me that there is something wrong in MS PROJECT 2013 when displaying dates in Gantt Chart. Well, the solution is in Fiscal Year Settings. For  some companies Fiscal Year is equal to Calendar Year (e.g. … Continue reading

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Effort and non effort driven Tasks in MS PROJECT 2013

  Hi, here is the question from my Blog reader: “Nenad:Thanks very much for the posting! Do you know if there is any way of setting up a different default for this operation? More specifically, suppose that I have many … Continue reading

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Resource Pool and Local Resources in MS PROJECT 2013

  Hi, I have a question from one of my Blog readers: “Hello, Nenad. First, I’d like to thank you by your posts. They are very helpful. Now, to my question. I have a central team coordinating and working in … Continue reading

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Calendars and Moving Tasks to non working days in MS PROJECT 2013!

  Hi, again I have a question from my Blog Reader: “I liked your article and thought you may have an answer to a question I have.In Project 2010 with tasks set to Auto schedule if you schedule the start … Continue reading

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How to show separate costs for people and material in MS PROJECT 2013

  Hi, another question form my Blog Reader: “For a particular task, Can we get the material cost and labor cost separately for that particular day?, and can we display the material resources and work resources separately in the task … Continue reading

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Slack (or Float) types in Microsoft Project 2013, Part 2

  Hi, Let us continue with Slack story in MS PROJECT 2013. First I will create a new Project with Task List: Because picture is too big I will show you the Gant Chart: Now, again I will apply the … Continue reading

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Slack (or Float) types in Microsoft Project 2013, Part 1

  Hi, Today I am going to explain slack, or float in MS PROJECT 2013. There are two types of slack in MS PROJECT 2013: Free slack: The free slack of an activity is the time this activity can be … Continue reading

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Network diagram and diagonal lines in MS PROJECT 2010, and 2013!

  I have one question from my Blog Post reader, about Network Diagram in MS PROJECT 2010: “Hi! I´m from Argentina and I was reading your blog, It´s really interesting and was really helpful for me. Thanks very much! I … Continue reading

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