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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Project 2002 by Tim Pyron

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Collaborating During the Tracking Process

After a project gets under way, the project manager tracks the actual progress of the tasks (see Chapter 14, “Tracking Work on a Project”).

The project manager can use Microsoft Project Server to request a project progress update, and team members can track their actual and remaining work in the Timesheet view on their task pages in Microsoft Project Web Access.

Customizing Progress Reporting

You can use three different tracking modes in Project Web Access:

  • Percentage of work complete

  • Total and remaining work

  • Specific hours per day or week

The administrator can set a default method by which all projects are tracked and can also choose to lock down the method. If the default settings are not locked down, ...

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