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70-632 Part 2

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Project 2007

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Mark
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Creation Date:
16/12/2009

Category:
Computers

Number of questions: 50
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You must create a project plan. At present you have a list of tasks that must be completed in sequence on paper that you have to enter appropriately into Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007. You entered ten of the tasks that are on paper into Project. You also entered predecessors to all the tasks except for the first task. Then you discover that the seventh task should actually be placed between the fifth and the sixth task. You need to put the tasks in the proper sequence. What should you do? The seventh task type should be set to a Fixed Duration. 7 should be entered in the Successor field of the sixth task. 6 should be entered in the Predecessor field of the seventh task. The Autolink inserted or moved tasks option should be enabled.
You are currently building a project schedule for your newly assigned project. This project contains 2 tasks where both tasks have a duration of 10 days. This project will however have to follow a certain sequence since the second task is dependent on the progress of the first task in the project. You must make sure that the second task will commence when the first task reaches 40% completion status. What should you do? Create a start-to-start dependency with a 4-day lag period. Create a finish-to-start dependency with a 40% lag. Create a finish-to-start dependency with a 40% lag. Create a finish-to-start dependency with a 4-day lag period.
You are currently tracking a project that contains several tasks that have tight deadlines. These deadlines are of such a nature that some of the tasks, if delayed for more than 3 days, will seriously affect the project end date. You thus need to identify those tasks as the critical path on your project plan. What should you do? The Critical column should be inserted into the Gantt Chart view. The project schedule should be filtered to display only tasks that are slipping by more than 3 days. The project schedule should be filtered to display only tasks that have free slack of more than 3 days. The number of days allowed for slack should be set to less than or equal to 3 days for critical tasks in the calculation options.
You currently have two project plans under your supervision. Both of these projects form part of one large umbrella project. You must report to the Certkiller.com management the critical path that your projects will follow. You thus need to display a single critical path that encompasses both projects in the Gantt Chart view. What should you do? Both project plans should be opened and displayed side-by-side simultaneously. The tasks of each of the project plans should be copied and pasted into a Microsoft Office Excel 2007 spreadsheet. A visual report of each project plan should be created. Then merge the data in a Microsoft Office Excel 2007 spreadsheet. Both projects should be inserted into a third project plan. Then expand the inserted projects with their tasks in the third project plan.
You are currently displaying a project plan in a meeting. Some of the staff members need to see the critical path, while the others need to see the non-critical path. You thus need to display both the critical and the non-critical paths and still be able to distinguish between the two. A filter should be applied. The Calendar view should be displayed. The Task Usage view should be displayed. The critical path should be displayed using the Gantt Chart Wizard.
You are busy creating a project schedule. A junior Certkiller.com project manager named Dan, has been appointed to assist you with this specific project. You then decide that you will take responsibility for entering tasks in the first and last phases and that Dan will enter tasks in the middle phase of the project. You complete your work which resulted in a 45-day gap between the first and the last phase. Furthermore, there are no tasks or dependencies between phases. You need to identify the critical paths for the project. What should you do? The total slack used to calculate critical tasks should be set to 45 days. The calculation mode should be set to Automatic and then All open projects should be calculated. The option to calculate a single critical path should be set. Then apply a filter to display only the critical tasks. The option to calculate multiple critical paths should be set. Then apply a filter to display only tasks with a 0 total slack.
You are currently creating a project schedule. This project schedule you will use to track the critical path of a set of tasks that are linked. However, when new tasks are added, the start dates of these new tasks will default to the project start date. You need to analyze the critical path and thus have to order all the tasks on a timeline. What should you do? The starting dates for the tasks should be entered. Resources have to be assigned to the tasks. Then level the resources. Task IDs should be entered in the Predecessors column. The tasks should be dragged to the correct starting dates.
You are currently managing a project schedule. You already entered the tasks and its dependencies into the project schedule. However, this is a fairly large project and multiple people are working on deliverables simultaneously. You have been requested to estimate the total project duration. What should you do? The task calendar should be set to 24 hours. The project summary task should be displayed in the Gantt Chart view. The durations of the project subtasks, including the summary task durations, should be summed. The durations of the project subtasks without the summary task durations, should be summed.
You are currently tracking your project. On this project there is a critical task that is scheduled to take 4 weeks to complete since the task only has one resource assigned. As more resources become available they will be assigned to the task as well. Consequently you need to set the task duration to decrease when you add the resources. What should you do? You should set a fixed units, effort-driven task type. You should set a fixed duration, effort-driven task type. You should set a fixed units, non effort-driven task type. You should set a fixed duration, non effort-driven task type.
You are currently tracking your project on which a resource has been assigned to a task. This resource can only commit 2 hours per day to the task. A Certkiller.com working day is 8 hours long. Unfortunately you cannot accurately estimate how long it will take the resource to complete the task. This is however only temporary since you will be able to predict the completion date of the task more accurately while the resource will work on the task. Now you need adapt your project schedule so as to accommodate the resource restrictions that exist on this task so you can efficiently track the estimates to completion of the project. What should you do? First create a fixed units task. Then assign the resource at 25% to the task. First create a fixed units task. Then assign the resource at 100% to the task. First create a fixed duration task. Then assign the resource at 25% to the task. First create a fixed duration task. Then assign the resource at 100% to the task.
You are currently managing a project. It was originally estimated that one resource will be able to complete a task, in the project, within 10 days. Now it has come to light that the task can still be completed by the original finish date provided that the task is assigned the full-time effort of two resources. You need to make sure that when you do add the second resource to the task, that Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007 will maintain the original finish date. What should you do? You should set a fixed work, effort-driven task type. You should set a fixed units, effort-driven task type. You should set a fixed duration, effort-driven task type. You should set a fixed duration, non effort-driven task type.
You are currently managing a project. It was originally estimated that the resource assign to a task, in the project, will take 10 hours to complete it. However, circumstances changed and due to other project commitments the resource will take 3 weeks to complete the task. Consequently the task will finish later than currently scheduled in the task schedule. The Certkiller.com working schedule for all resources on all projects is based on a Monday to Friday work week, and one working day is 8 hours long. You need to set up this task to reflect the available information. What should you do? A fixed units task type with a Work value of 10 hours should be created. A fixed work task type with a Work value of 10 hours should be created. A fixed duration task type with a Work value of 10 hours should be created. A fixed duration, non effort-driven task type with a Work value of 30 hours should be created.
You are currently creating a project schedule. Following is the procedure you followed: Assign multiple resources to each task. Estimate task durations for all project phases. The end date of the project is not an issue. You need to make sure that your resources are not over-allocated. What should you do? You should level the entire project enabling the option to level only within available slack. You should level the entire project disabling the option to level only within available slack. First set all tasks to a fixed work task type before changing the start and finish dates of each task. First set all tasks to a fixed duration task type before changing the start and finish dates of each task.
You are currently creating a project plan. The Certkiller.com policy states that no resource is allowed to work overtime. This has consequences for your project schedule since each time that you modify your schedule; you need to ensure that resources are not over-allocated. You thus need to make use of a method that gives you the most control. What should you do? You should level the entire project manually. You should set the project schedule to level automatically. You should set all tasks to a 200 priority level before setting the schedule to clear leveling values prior to leveling. You should set the project summary task to a 1000 priority level before setting the project schedule to adjust individual assignments prior to leveling.
You are currently managing a project schedule. The Certkiller.com policy states that all planned costs for materials and work resources on all projects be tracked. In your effort to comply with the Certkiller.com policy you need to display the planned cost totals for the materials and work resource groups in the Resource Sheet view. What should you do? Group both the resources by Type attribute with the Cost field visible. Group both the resources by Group attribute with the Cost field visible. Group both the resources by Type attribute with the Actual Cost field visible. Group both the resources by Group attribute with the Actual Cost field visible.
You are currently managing a project. At Certkiller.com each resource in the resource pool has one primary skill that is used to allocate them to appropriate tasks. The skills that these resources possess can be categorized into three types, each with different skill levels as their sub categories. You make use of this resource pool in your project plan. You want to be able to search for resources with specific skills without effort. What should you do? You should first allocate a skill to each task by means of a custom task field. You should first allocate a skill to each task by means of a custom task outline code. You should first allocate a skill to each resource by means of a custom resource field. You should first allocate a skill to each resource by means of a custom resource outline code.
You just created a shared resource pool bearing in mind that you are only allowed to those resources listed in the shared resource pool on your projects. You need to configure Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007 to alert you when you assign resources to tasks that are not in the shared resource pool. What should you do? The Project Guide should be enabled. The Advice about errors option should be enabled. The automatic addition of new tasks and resources should be disabled. Open the Planning Wizard and select the Advice about Scheduling option.
You are currently developing a project schedule. The Certkiller.com policy states that all projects must make use of the shared resource pool for project resourcing. You need to comply with this policy. However, one of the resources assigned to a task on your project is also assigned to another project on a half-time basis for the first week of your project. You now need to determine whether the resource is over-allocated during the first week of the schedule. What should you do? First the resource availability in the resource pool should be set at 0.5% for that week. First the resource availability in the resource pool should be set at 50% for that week. First the resource availability should be set at 100% for that week and confirm the share agreement with the other project's manager. First the working days for that week should be set as Nondefault Working Time in the resources calendar. Then those days should be set at half the hours of a default working day.
You are currently creating a project plan and need to assign resources to the tasks of the project. Some of the tasks are crucial and you need to take care so as to not over-allocate resources in your project plan. You must ensure that the crucial tasks will remain unaffected before you level the schedule. What should you do? The crucial tasks should be set to a 1000 priority level. All tasks should be set to a 200 priority level before activating the option to clear leveling. All the normal tasks should be set to a 200 priority level and all crucial tasks should be set to a 50 priority level. The project summary task should be set to a 1000 priority level and the crucial tasks should be set to a 500 priority level.
You are currently tracking a project. One of the resources assigned to a task on your project has left Certkiller.com. Consequently you must reflect this in your project schedule. You need to remove the resource from the schedule taking care not to remove the Actual Work data that the resource has reported. What should you do? You should first replace the current resource for all tasks using the Replace Resource feature. You should first delete the current resource from all tasks using the Remove Resource feature. You should first delete the resource's name with the Resource Name displayed in the Resource Sheet view. You should first delete the resource's name with the Resource Name displayed in the Resource Usage view.
You are currently tracking a project. At present the scope of the task is vague and you just enter an estimated duration when you create the task. You also assigned only one resource to the task. You will consequently have to make changes to the project schedule when additional effort and resources are assigned to the task as the scope of the task becomes clear during the different phases of the project. You must make sure that when you do add resources to the task that the work will also increase. What should you do? You should set a fixed units, effort-driven task type. You should set a fixed work task type. You should set a fixed units, non effort-driven task type. You should set a fixed duration, non effort-driven task type.
You are currently creating a project plan. At Certkiller.com all resources work an 8 hour workday, 5 days a week. Consequently you make use of a fixed duration, effort-driven task type with 80 hours when you assign resources to tasks on your project. At present you have one resource assigned to a task at 50%. You have been informed that the project schedule must change and that the task must be completed within 5 days. You must sure that the task meets its new deadline. What should you do? An additional resource should be assigned to the task on a full time basis. Two additional resources with a Units value of 50% should be assigned to the task. The task type should be modified to fixed work type and the original resource should be assigned to work full time. Also set a Finish No Later Than constraint on the task. The task type should be modified to fixed work type and the original resource should be assigned at 100% Units value. An additional resource should be assigned to the task on a full time basis.
You are currently creating a project plan. Your project will include a task that has a definite deadline. This deadline can only be met by assigning resources with specific skills to this task. However, only one of these resources with the required skills is available for your project. You need to submit your project schedule to the Certkiller.com management as soon as possible with this task allocated to two resources. What should you do? Make the second resource a cost resource. Make the second resource a generic resource. Make the second resource a material resource. First divide the task into two separate tasks then apply the available resource twice.
You are currently creating a project schedule. This particular project contains a scheduled task that will take constant effort with a fixed period of time for the duration. You now need to adjust the setup of the task in such a way so as to accommodate the project in case you want to reduce the amount of work the original resource performs on the task by assigning additional resources to the task. What should you do? You should use a fixed work task type. You should use a fixed units, effort-driven task type. You should use a fixed duration, effort-driven task type. You should use a fixed duration, non effort-driven task type.
You are currently updating your project. All Certkiller.com travel costs are tracked as time-phased data. Following is the procedure you followed when updating your project: Create a travel expense cost resource named TKTransport. Assign TKTransport to each project phase.Create a budget resource named TKTransportBudget. During the course of the project far costs have been not been evenly incurred. You have the Task Usage view displayed in your project schedule. Now you need to record the travel costs that your project has incurred thus far as time-phased data. What should you do? The actual cost should be updated for TKTransport. The budget cost should be updated for TKTransportBudget. The Cost accrual value for TKTransport should be set to Start. The Cost accrual value fot TKTransport should be set to Finish.
You are currently creating a task on your project schedule. This particular task will include 80 hours of work that will be done over a period of 10 days. The Certkiller.com working day is made up of 8 hours and all resources work from 9:00 A.M. till 5:00 P.M. Following is the procedure that you followed:You assigned a resource to the task at 100%. The standard rate for this resource is $100 per hour. Consequently the actual coast for this task will be $8,000.You set the baseline.You set the status date to a date that is later than the task finish date.You set the actual task finish date to the same date as the task finish date. You have just been informed about a change in the actual cost of work performed (ACWP) from $8,000 to $7,500. You need to have the ACWP equal the actual cost. What should you do? An extra hour of work on the working day after the actual finish should be added. The baseline cost should be changed to $7,500 before recalculating the project schedule. The default end time for project tasks should be changed to 5:00 P.M. before re-entering the actual finish date. The resource standard rate should be reduced to $75. Then save a baseline. Then recalculate the project schedule.
You are currently managing a project schedule. The Certkiller.com management wants the duration of the project to be shortened and will allow you to assign additional resources to specific tasks. You need to reflect this in your project plan. What should you do? You should set a constraint on the finish date. You should enter allowable overtime hours in the Resource Usage view. You should set the specific tasks to the effort-driven task type and add the resources. You should increase the resource availability from 100% to 200% in the Resource Sheet.
You are currently tracking a project. A concern regarding the risk of missing project deadlines were raised in a meeting when you reported the status of the project to the Certkiller.com management. Your manager then requested that you minimize this risk by scheduling all tasks to ensure that the majority of work is completed early. You already assigned resources to all the tasks and only need to set the appropriate contour to comply with your manager's request. What should you do? You should set a Bell Curve contour. You should set a Double Peak contour. You should set a Front Loaded contour. You should set a Turtle contour.
You are currently managing a project. On this specific project two of the resources that are assigned to the tasks, requested that they be allowed to change their day shift into night shift for a period of two weeks. You thus need to make the appropriate changes to the project plan to reflect this change when their requests are granted. What should you do? The Night Shift calendar should be set as the project calendar. The Night Shift calendar should be applied to the two resources' calendar. A Night Shift entry, with the appropriate dates and hours set for the 2 weeks, should be added to the exceptions of the project calendar. A Night Shift entry, with the appropriate dates and hours set for the 2 weeks, should be added to the exceptions of the two resources' calendar.
You are currently managing a project plan. While the project is underway, you noticed that some of the resource names are displayed in red in the Resource Usage view. You investigate and find that most of these resources are not available for certain days, but that they are completely available on the subsequent days. The Certkiller.com working policy regarding resources state that no resource is allowed to work more than 115% within any month work period. On the other hand Certkiller.com also does not want resources to be idle. You need to resolve as many of the issues that indicate the resources being displayed in red on your project as possible when you level your schedule. What should you do? First level the project on a week-by-week basis. Then use ID Only order to level the schedule. First level the project on a month-by-month basis. Then allow the leveling action to create splits in the remaining work. First allow the leveling action to create splits in the remaining work. Then use Priority to level the schedule. First allow the leveling action to adjust individual assignments in a task. Then use ID Only order to level the schedule.
You are currently tracking a project. There are two resources, named TK1 and TK2. At present TK1 reported Actual Work performed on the task. However, TK1 will be changing jobs and then TK2 will take over the task. You need to reflect this in your project schedule and should thus allocate the remaining work to TK2. In your solution you need to take care not to remove or change the TK1 Actual Work recorded. What should you do? The TK1 resource name should be changed to TK2 in the Resource Sheet view. The TK1 resource name should be changed to TK2 in the Resources Names field of the Gantt Chart view. The TK1 resource name should be changed to TK2 for each task that currently has the TK1 resource name in the Assign Resources dialog box. Each of the tasks with TK1 as its resource should have TK1 deleted and assigned to TK2 in the Assign Resources dialog box.
You have been assigned a new project. Part of your duties includes tracking the project. You thus have to compare the original project schedule to the current project schedule in the default Tracking Gantt view. What should you do? A baseline should be set. An interim plan should be set. A progress line should be added. The project tasks should be updated.
You need to prepare to update the status of your project. You already have the baseline project plan. In your preparation you must compare the Gantt chart before and after the update against the baseline project plan. What should you do? You should capture a picture of the project plan. You should save your project plan in an Excel workbook format. You should generate two visual reports of the project plan - one before and one after the update. First save another baseline before displaying it in the Gantt chart with the current project plan.
At present you have a number of resources, all working as a project team, actively involved with the project. They are working on several tasks that are running parallel on the project schedule. Each of these tasks is represented by a summary task and a series of linked subtasks. In a meeting with the Certkiller.com management you are asked to report on the status of the project. You thus need to keep track how the forecast completion dates of these deliverables are to their target dates. What should you do? The summary tasks should be flagged as milestones. A deadline should be set on the last task of each of the deliverables. The duration of each summary task should be set to 0 so as to change the summary tasks into milestones. The earned value should be calculated based on the physical percentage of completion.
You are currently tracking your project by duration. You need to display the current status of the project in a meeting with the Certkiller.com management. However, the Updating task status updates resource status option was not enabled. What should you do? You should display the % Work Complete field in the Project Statistics dialog box. You should display the % W. Complete field for the project summary task in the Task Work table. You should display the % Complete field for the project summary task in the Task Tracking table. You should display the Physical % Comp. field for the project summary task in the Task Tracking table.
You are currently updating your project schedule. There was one task on the project that was scheduled to be completed before the current status date. This particular task had one resource assigned to it and when you update the project you do so on the % Complete field according to the status as provided by this resource. The remaining section of the work is still scheduled in the past. You must ensure that Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007 does not schedule work in the past when you update the schedule information. What should you do? The progress lines should be set at the status date. The current status date should be set on the project information. The Move end of completed part to after status date calculation option should be set back to status date. The Move start of remaining parts before status date calculation option should be set forward to status date.
You are currently tracking you project. You notice that your project is running behind schedule already and you need to add new tasks to the project. You want to see the impact on the schedule for each of the new tasks that you want to add. What should you do? The Task Drivers pane should be displayed. The Work Overbudget filter should be applied. The Show Change Highlighting should be enabled. A custom filter to display all tasks with start variances should be created.
The Certkiller.com company policy states that all projects are to be tracked in Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007 by duration and milestone only. You need to track your project and must add in actual data for your project in the Gantt Chart view. What should you do? The Units field for all assignments should be updated. The Actual Work field for each task should be updated. The field of the Update Tasks dialog box should be updated. The Remaining Work field for each assignment should be updated.
You are currently tracking your project. An emergency situation came up and you need to change the durations of several of the tasks in your project schedule. You need to display the impact all these changes will have on the start and finish dates of the other tasks in your project immediately. What should you do? The entire project should be displayed on a network diagram. The changed dates should be displayed using the Change Highlighting setting. The Highlighted Tasks text style should be set to a contrasting color. The project should be filtered to show the changed from the baseline schedule.
At Certkiller.com it is common practice to have one-hour meetings on projects. You are currently creating a project plan. You want to manage the one hour meetings that form part of your project. Thus you create one task with a resource assignment for each attendee, for each meeting. You must ensure that all the meeting tasks show that more work is required when additional resources attend these meetings. What should you do? You should set a fixed work task type. You should set a fixed units and effort-driven task type. You should set a fixed duration and effort-driven task type. You should set a fixed units and non effort-driven task type.
You are currently tracking a project. All the tasks on the project have resources assigned and these resources report status based on the actual work done and the actual duration of the task. You need to configure Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007 to enable you to record the actual work and the actual duration of tasks independently. What should you do? The Updating task status updates resource status option should first be enabled. The Updating task status updates resource status option should first be disabled. The Edits to total task % complete will be spread to the status date option should first be enabled. The Edits to total task % complete will be spread to the status date option should first be disabled.
You are currently tracking a project. You need to display the status of your project with the resource hours worked per week. You thus need to select the appropriate view. What should you do? The project schedule should be displayed in the Tracking Gantt view. The project schedule should be displayed in the Resource Graph view. The project schedule should first be displayed in the Resource Sheet view and then in the Work table. The project schedule should first be displayed in the Resource Usage view and then in the Actual Work row.
A new Certkiller.com working policy states that all projects must be tracked by duration and milestone only. You are currently tracking a project and need to comply with the company policy. In the Gantt Chart view you thus need to enter the actual data for the project. What should you do? The Units field for all assignments should be updated. The Actual Work field for each task should be updated. The fields in the Update Tasks dialog box should be updated. The Remaining Work field for each assignment should be updated.
You are currently tracking a project. This particular project involves the construction of a housing development. The Earned Value of this project is thus based on the number of houses completed. You need to track and update your progress on this project. What should you do? You should use the CV% attribute. You should use the SV% attribute. You should use the % Complete attribute. You should use the Physical % Complete attribute.
You are currently tracking a project. There is a task that is scheduled for a duration of 20 days on the project schedule. A resource has been assigned to this task and has been active on the task for 5 days. Due to good progress made in these 5 days the resource informs you that the task will be complete in another 10 days. You need to update the task. What should you do? The Work and Actual Start fields for the assignment should be updated in the Task Usage view. The % Complete and Remaining Duration fields for the task should be updated in the Tracking Gantt view. The Physical % Complete and Remaining Duration fields for the task should be updated in the Gantt Chart view. The Budget Work and Units fields for the assignment should be updated in the Gantt Chart view with the task form displayed.
You are currently tracking a project and need to update the project status to the current date. In your tracking of the project you should keep in mind to determine which tasks are ahead of schedule and which tasks are lagging behind. What should you do? You should use the PERT Analysis function in the Gantt Chart view. You should use the Project Statistics function in the Gantt Chart view. You should apply the Progress Line to the Gantt chart on the current date. You should set the current date as the status date and then filter the schedule to display only incomplete tasks.
There is a one start-to-start dependency relationship that exists between Task A to Task B. The As Soon As Possible constraint on Task B is also indicated. After a meeting with the Certkiller.com management it was decided that Task B should preferably start 4 days later than currently indicated on the schedule. You need to reflect this decision on the project schedule. [DIAGRAM NOT INCLUDED, FIGURE IT OUT] What should you do? 4 days should be added to the lag on the dependency. 4 days should be subtracted from the lag on the dependency. The dependency relationship should be changed to finish-to-start with 4 days lag. The dependency relationship should be changed to finish-to-finish with a -4 day lag.
You are currently planning a project. You assigned one resource to a task that you estimate will have a 5 day duration. This task is not on the critical path of the project. This task was however not done over the estimated 5 day duration and the resource requested that another 2 days will be required to complete the task. Now you have a situation where there is a conflict with the completion of the task. The conflict is with a critical task that the same resource is assigned to. The critical task is scheduled to start now. Consequently you need to delay the remaining work of the current unfinished task by 5 working days to allow the resource to complete the critical task first. What should you do? A finish-to-start link with a 5 day lag should be added between the tasks. A finish-to-finish link with a 5 day lag should be added between the tasks. The task should be split and the remaining part of the task should be changed to start in 2 days on the Gantt bar. The Work values in the Timesheet portion of the Task Usage view should be adjusted to 0 for each of the next 5 working days, and 16 hours over the following 2 working days.
You are currently managing two projects. The project plans are named TK1 and TK2 respectively. Task 1 in TK1 is dependent on Task 2 of TK2. You want Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007 to automatically reschedule TK1 in the event of TK2 being completed either earlier or later than scheduled. What should you do? You should manage the automatic rescheduling displaying the Task Drivers pane. The external predecessors and successors of both TK1 and TK2 should be displayed. A master project that includes TK1 and TK2 should be created. Then a cross-project link should be created. A master project that includes TK1 and TK2 should be created. Then the same calendar should be assigned to Task 1 and Task 2.
You are currently tracking a project. The Certkiller.com working policy states that all projects should be tracked by duration and work effort. You need to comply with this policy. On this particular project the work on a fixed units task is not proceeding as originally scheduled. Consequently the task finish date has to be recalculated. You now have data regarding the last status period from the resource that was assigned to that task that have to be entered into the project plan. What should you do? The task type should be changed to Effort-Driven. The Actual Work and Work Remaining data have to be updated. The task type should be changed to Fixed Duration before updating the Remaining Work data. The task type should be changed to Fixed Duration before updating the Actual Work and Remaining Work data.
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