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Chapter 6. Creating Your Project Schedule

In this chapter

Entering Project Tasks

Manipulating the Task List

Defining Summary Tasks and Subtasks

Defining Milestones

Attaching Notes to Tasks

Attaching Hyperlinks to Tasks

Defining Recurring Tasks

Creating WBS Codes

Using Other Views to Create Tasks

Consultants’ Tips

 

Entering Project Tasks

Once you have created your new project (define its propeties, calendars, and so on, as discussed in Chapter 5, “Setting Up Project for Your Use”), it is time to create the project’s schedule. This chapter focuses on doing just that.

As you know, work on a project is broken up into tasks. These tasks are the building blocks of a project’s schedule, so it is important that you take the time to enter all of the ...

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