Chapter 21. Creating and Managing Proposals and Activity Plans


This chapter discusses proposals and activity plans. Proposals and activity plans provide a less formal way to track and manage lists of tasks than using Project Professional 2007 projects. It might be helpful to think of them as “lightweight projects.” You can assign tasks to others, create task hierarchies and task precedence relationships, and track progress. There are, however, some limitations on the functionality available which are discussed in the next section. The ability to associate a resource with a task also allows for resource planning ...

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