Monthly Archives: June 2014

Microsoft Project – notes – labelling inserted documents

One great feature in Microsoft Project is that you can link relevant documents to tasks within the project so everyone knows where to find them. To do so, double-click on the relevant task to open up the Task Information dialog … Continue reading

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Microsoft Project – using the Resource Graph

You can use the Resource Graph within Microsoft Project to show which resources are overallocated. However, if you look at it in default view, it gives misleading information about overallocations and the chart doesn’t accurately portray the overallocations. The above … Continue reading

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Microsoft Project – highlighting late-running tasks in Network Diagram view

Some people like to use Network Diagram as it is more visual than the Gantt Chart. To show late-running tasks on the Network Diagram, there isn’t an easy way of formatting the shapes. However, provided you are working with Project … Continue reading

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Microsoft Project – seeing notes in Network Diagram

I was recently asked whether notes could be seen in the Network Diagram. To adapt your network diagram to see notes, first go to Network Diagram view. On the Network Tools Format tab, in the Format group, click Box. Click … Continue reading

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