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Professional Technical College of Electronics, Automation and Control
Department of Applied Technologies
Module 9: Maintenance Techniques
Tutorial MS-Project 2007 - pt. 15/20
Creating new project 2
Entry and editing tasks in the task list 4
Highlight of the project tasks (tasks, groups of tasks and subtasks) 5
Union of tasks (most common addiction, end-start) 7
Establishment of task dependencies (all types) 10
Use the chart wizard gantt / critical path 12
Creating lists of resources 13
Assigning resources to tasks 15
Definition of costs of appeals 17
Creating, editing and assigning schedules / work schedules 20
Handling types of task definitions 26
View the workloads of resources 28
Automatic leveling of work overloads of resources 31
Manual leveling of work overloads of resources 33
Definition of a base structure for the start of the project (baseline) 35
Monitoring the progress of the implementation of individual tasks 36
Filtering tasks and resources 40
Ordering of tasks and resources 43
Creating custom views and tables 46
Using reports and custom reports 49
15. Set A Base Structure (baseline)
When you are all set and your project (planning) reflect the best team effort, we must create a structure called Base and save the file with this structure.
The aim is that after at any time of the project, we can compare the progress of the project with the original plan, to the baseline.
To create the structure Base:
Tools >> menu >> Control >> Set baseline ... OK >>
Save the file!