To change the level of usage data included in the report, select Years, Quarters, Months, Weeks, or Days from the Select level of usage data to include in the report list. By default, Project sets the level of usage data to what it recommends for your project's size. For most projects, this will be weeks. If you choose to include data at a more detailed level, report performance may be decreased. For best performance, if you are viewing multiple reports for the same project at one time, refrain from changing the data level.
If you change the data level, the temporary reporting database stored locally must be recreated. If you don't need to include usage data in your reports, set the data level to Years for best performance. Click View to generate the report and open it in Excel or Visio. Edit an existing visual report template On the Project tab, in the Reports group, click Visual Reports. In the Visual Reports dialog box, on the All tab, click the report that you want to edit. If you only want to list reports that open in either Excel or Visio, select or clear the Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Visio check boxes.
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To turn the Show Scheduling Messages option on or off, follow these steps: On the Filetab, click Options. Click to select or clear the ShowSchedulingMessagescheck box. Click the Advancedtab. Under PlanningWizard, select all check boxes. Note After scheduling messages are turned on, press F9 on the keyboard. Any scheduling messages that occur must be resolved before the project will be calculated correctly.
Are you scheduling from the project's Start Date or the project's Finish Date? When scheduling from the project's Start Date, the task will begin as soon as possible. When scheduling from the project's Finish Date, the tasks will begin as late as possible. To check which date is set in your file, click ProjectInformationon the Projecttab. What is the project's Start Date? If the Show Scheduling Messages option is turned on, and you enter a task that occurs before the project's Start Date, you will receive a warning message.
If you want to schedule a task to start before the porject's Start Date, manually enter the date for the task. Did you enter a percent complete on a task? If you entered a percent complete on a task, and the task has already started, you cannot change the Start Date automatically.
To determine where the task would schedule automatically, set the task to zero percent complete. To do this, follow these steps: Select the task. On the Tasktab, click Task Information. Click the Generaltab. In the Percent Completebox, type 0. Click OK. Did you assign an Actual Start Date to the task? You can assign an Actual Start Date to a task and not enter a percent complete. To set the Actual Start Date, insert the actual start field into your table. Select the title of any column currently in your table.
On the Formattab, click Insert Column. A contraint can cause a task to be scheduled according to the type of constraint and the date set. To check the constraint type, follow these steps: Double-click the ID number for the task. Click the Advanced tab. Are there any predecessor or successor relationships? The type of relationship will determine when the task can be scheduled. In Microsoft Project, the Task will always honor their constraint datessetting overrides the task relationship links.
To set this option, follow these steps:
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The project schedule reflects all the work associated with delivering the project on time. One of the first steps in the initiation phase of the project is to come up with a project schedule. To establish a project schedule, you need to create a work breakdown structure. Create a project structure with a work breakdown structure, which helps you: Break down work into manageable tasks Estimate the time required to complete a task Set task dependencies and task duration Determine the roles required to complete each task The project schedule in the work breakdown structure has a familiar look and feel, complete with an interactive Gantt chart.