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70-632 Part 3

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Project 2007

Author:
Mark
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Creation Date:
17/12/2009

Category:
Computers

Number of questions: 31
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You are currently managing a project. After you have created the project schedule a situation arises that made it necessary to transfer a resource from Task 1 to Task 2 before Task1 was completed. Consequently you now have Task 1 that has to be rescheduled. You do the rescheduling and save the project schedule. Certkiller.com then reviewed the situation and reprioritized the tasks on your project. Now Task 1 receives priority over Task 2. You now need to change the rescheduled Task 1 back to the project as before the resource was transferred. What should you do? The Undo command should be invoked. The resources for the remaining portions of the task should be updated in the Gantt Chart view. The calculation options for moving the end of the remaining work should be changed to after the status date. The Gantt bar should be adjusted to remove the task split so that the actual and remaining portions of the tasks are adjacent.
You are currently managing a project. You need to update the project schedule. All Certkiller.com resources work 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. A resource was assigned to a task with a 5-day duration on the project. This resource worked on the task for 3 days, starting on the Monday, and was then called away on an emergency. Consequently you now have a task that will be late for its scheduled completion date. The resource is unable to complete the task until the following week. The resource will attend to the task on the Tuesday and the Wednesday. You thus have to reschedule the task to be completed accordingly. What should you do? You should set the remaining work for the task to 16 hours in the Task Usage view. You should set the remaining duration for the task to 4 days in the Task Usage view. You should set the time-phased work to 8 hours each for Tuesday and Wednesday and 0 hours for the remaining days. You should set the time-phased actual work to 8 hours each for Tuesday and Wednesday and 0 hours for the remaining days.
You are currently managing a project. While reviewing the project schedule you notice that several of the tasks are either not done yet and some are overdue. You thus have to reschedule these tasks to be completed at a later date. What should you do? The progress line should be set at the current date. The status date in the Project Information dialog box should be updated. The tasks' remaining duration should be extended to beyond the current date with your update. The incomplete tasks should be moved past the current date in the Update Project dialog box.
You are currently planning a project. On the project there is a task that is estimated to have a 10 day duration when 2 resources are assigned to it. Resources named TK1 and TK2 both have the same skill set and have thus been assigned to this task. Both TK1 and TK2 are scheduled to work 80 hours each for the task. TK1, after one week, reports that she has worked 40 hours and will require 20 more hours to complete her assignment. TK2 reported that she also worked 40 hours, but will require 60 more hours to complete her assignment. You reflect these reports in your schedule and consequently the task duration changed to 12.5 days. You have been informed that the task duration may not change. You need to reschedule the remaining work to enable TK1 and TK2 to complete the task within the original project schedule. What should you do? TK1's remaining work should be changed to 40 hours. TK2's remaining work should be changed to 40 hours. Both TK1 and TK2's remaining work should be changed to 40 hours. Both TK1 and TK2's actual work should be changed to 40 hours.
You are currently managing a project. The Certkiller.com accounting department makes use of a system that utilizes cost accounts to track expenses on projects against revenue earned. You need to align your project schedule data to accommodate the cost accounts. What should you do? Interim plans have to be set up. Cost resources should be entered. Budget resources should be entered. Cost data from the Task Usage table should be copied into the accounting system.
You have been called to a meeting and must present your project that you are currently tracking. You need to make the proper preparations for this meeting and thus want to create a dynamic, graphical representation of all resource work, with a flexible timescale. What should you do? A visual report of resource work should be created. A custom basic report of resource work should be created. The Resource Sheet and the Work table should be displayed and the table fields should be copied to an Excel workbook. The Resource Sheet and the Work table should be displayed and a picture of the table fields should be copied to a PowerPoint presentation.
You are currently tracking a project. The Certkiller.com working policy states that all projects should be updated with the time worked per day. You need to comply with this policy. What should you do? Work should be entered in a task view. Actual Start should be entered in an assignment view. Actual Work should be entered in an assignment view. Physical % Complete should be entered in a task view.
You are currently tracking a project. On this project a resource has been assigned to a task that is estimated to be completed in a period of 30 days. The resource started on the task and worked for a period of 10 days. When reporting the status of the task to you the resource mentioned that she will only require 7 more days to complete the task. You must update the task in your project schedule accordingly. 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. The project sponsor requested that milestones be placed at a specific phase in the project. To this end you insert a task and create dependencies on the subtasks. Now you need to change the task into a milestone. What should you do? The task duration should be set to 0 days. The task's total slack should be set to 0 days. The word Milestone should be appended to the task name. A Dependency from the task to the phase summary task should be created.
You are currently tracking a construction project. This particular project has been assigned to you after it was started by another project manager. The project schedule makes use of the default Microsoft Office Project Standard calendar and there are currently no constraints on the project. You need to order materials for the project. The supplier can only deliver the materials 2 weeks after receiving a purchase order. You reflect his in your project schedule by entering a milestone for the purchase order date and creating a materials receipt task. You need to schedule the materials receipt task based on a specific purchase order date. What should you do? You should create a start-to-finish dependency, with a 10 day lag from the materials order task to the materials receipt task. You should create a start-to-finish dependency, with a -10 day lag from the materials order task to the materials receipt task. You should create a finish-to-start dependency, with a 10 day lag from the materials order task to the materials receipt task. You should create a finish-to-start dependency, with a -10 day lag from the materials order task to the materials receipt task.
You are currently managing a project. On your project the resources will be required to spend money on the tasks that they have been assigned to. You need to keep track of the expenditure on your project. You thus want to track the project expenditure for each task on the project schedule. What should you do? The expenditure should be entered as line items in the cost rate tables of each resource. The cost per use for each resource should be set to the amount of the expenditure. A cost resource should be created and assigned to each task on the project schedule that will incur costs. The value of the assignment should be updated when you receive updated cost information from the resources working on the tasks. A cost resource with a Budget attribute of Yes should be created and assigned to the project summary task. The budgeted cost of the assignment should be updated when you receive updated cost information from the resources working on the tasks.
You are currently tracking a project. There are two resources, named TK1 and TK2. At present both TK1 and TK2 are assigned to work 40 hours on a task on the project. After both TK1 and TK2 worked for a period of 30 hours on the task, you must update the schedule to reflect the work to date. Now TK2 informs you that he estimates that he will require another 20 hours to complete the task assignment. You need to reflect the TK2 work estimate in your project schedule when you perform the updating of the project schedule. What should you do? The task Work value should be set to 50. The task Remaining Work value should be set to 50. The resource assignment Work value should be set to 20. The resource assignment Remaining Work value should be set to 20.
You are currently tracking a project using the Gantt Chart view. You need to report to the Certkiller.com management which of the project tasks is behind schedule. What should you do? The tasks should be sorted by start date. The tasks should be grouped by completion status. The status date should be set to the current date before the progress line is displayed. The status date should be set to the current date before the Project Statistics dialog box is opened.
You are currently tracking a project. You have been asked to report to the Certkiller.com management on the costs incurred on your project. You need to ascertain whether the actual costs of the project are greater than the budget. What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose TWO.) First the status date should be set to the beginning of the project. First the status date should be set to the last status update deadline. First the status date should be set to the end of the project. Then check if the earned value cost variance (CV) is negative. Then the estimate at completion (EAC) should be compared to the budgeted costs of work scheduled (BCWS). Then the actual cost of work performed (ACWP) should be compared to the budgeted cost of work scheduled (BCWS).
You are currently tracking a project. At Certkiller.com it is expected that all projects are tracked by monitoring the project status. Project status review must take into account data such as: Scheduled start and finish dates. Actual start and finish dates. Work. Costs. Task durations. You need to report on the status of your project and need to display all this data in one window. What should you do? The Summary table should be displayed. The project schedule should be displayed in the default Tracking Gantt view. The project status should be displayed from the Properties dialog box. The project statistics should be displayed from the Project Information dialog box.
You are currently tracking a project. Part of the tracking involves monitoring the progress lines and earned value of your project. You need to update the status date in the project schedule. In your update you need to ensure that the correct calculation of your project progress. What should you do? The appropriate status date should be entered in the Project Information dialog box. The appropriate status date should be entered in the Properties dialog box. Microsoft Office Project settings should be changed to calculate progress lines based on project status date. Microsoft Office Project settings should be changed to calculate progress lines based on project status date.
You are currently managing a project schedule. Your particular project has activities and tasks that are done on two separate continents. Consequently it requires resources that are assigned to these tasks to travel between offices using air travel. There are also lodging costs which are incurred. This travelling between offices does not happen on a regular basis and thus costs for each trip varies, the frequency varies as well as the durations vary. You need to reflect these varying costs in your project schedule as accurately as possible. What should you do? You should use a budget resources cost type. You should use a cost resources cost type. You should use per-use costs cost type. You should use rate-based costs cost type.
You are currently creating a project schedule. On this particular project task TK1 is scheduled to start before task TK2. In addition task TK1 is also dependent on the schedule of task TK2. You need to reflect this dependency between TK1 and TK2 in your project schedule. You need to do this without lead or lag time. What should you do? A start-to-start dependency relationship from TK1 to TK2 should be created. A finish-to-start dependency relationship from TK1 to TK2 should be created. A start-to-finish dependency relationship from TK2 to TK1 should be created. A finish-to-start dependency relationship from TK2 to TK1 should be created.
You are currently viewing a project schedule in the default Tracking Gantt view in order to report the variance to the Certkiller.com management. You want to use a function in the Set Baseline dialog box to display the schedule variance. What should you do? The project baseline should be set as Baseline. The project baseline should be set as Baseline1. The project baseline start and finish dates should be set as Interim Plan. The project baseline start and finish dates should be set as Interim Plan1.
You want to make preparations for your upcoming project and are thus building a project schedule. You must report the potential schedule variance to the project sponsors and stakeholders before the project is to be approved. To this end you need to estimate the potential variance before you set a baseline. What should you do? You should be leveling resources to calculate the variance. You should use the PERT analysis to calculate the variance. You should use the Start Variance and Finish Variance fields to calculate variance. You should use the schedule performance index (SPI) and cost performance index (CPI) to calculate a new estimate at completion (EAC).
You are currently reviewing a base-lined project that you have been tracking. You need to check whether the milestones in the project are on schedule. What should you do? The Actual Work field in the Tracking table should be displayed. The Actual Work field in the Baseline table should be displayed. The Start Variance field in the Variance table should be displayed. The Actual Start Date in the Tracking table should be displayed.
You need to create a project plan. You then decide to make use of an existing project plan that was created by another project manager. Since it is your project that you need to create the project plan for and only want to use the existing project plan as an example, you do not want the original authors name to be associated with your project. You need to remove the original project plan author's name from the project plan. What should you do? The macro security level should be increased to High. The user name should be deleted from the program options. The authors resource should be removed from the resource pool. The removal of information from the file properties should be enabled.
You have completed your project and now want to archive the project schedule. Following is the procedure that you followed: Review the project history with the rest of your team. Save several of the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) diagrams as image files. Save several pages of lessons learned on the project. You need to include the lessons that have been learned in the file that will be archived. What should you do? The necessary information should be entered in the Notes field. The Text field should be displayed and renamed to Lessons Learned. The necessary information should then be entered in this field. A custom Project property of type text should be created and named Lessons Learned. The necessary information should then be entered in this field. The lessons learned documents should be opened in Microsoft Office Word 2004 as well as the project file. Then you should select the Update Project menu item.
You are currently updating your project schedule. There is a task that must start on Tuesday, May 27 and must be completed by the Friday, May 30. You need to schedule this task on your project plan. What should you do? A Must Start On constraint on May 27 should be set. A Finish No Later Than constraint on May 30 should be set. A Must Start On constraint on May 27 and a Finish No Later Than constraint on May 30 should be set. A Start No Earlier Than constraint on May 27 and a Finish No Later Than constraint on May 30 should be set.
You are currently tracking your project. You need to prepare a report. For this report you will need to generate a table that lists the weekly workloads for each of the resources that are assigned to tasks on the projects, as well as the total work that each resource has assigned. What should you do? The Task Usage report should be printed. The Resource Usage report should be printed. The Project Summary report should be printed. The Gantt Chart view should be customized and then the data should be printed.
You are currently reviewing your project. Thus you updated all the actual data and the status date before you submit the status reports. The last update was conducted 5 days ago. You need to display the date of the last update in the chart area of the Gantt Chart view. What should you do? The status date should be displayed as a gridline. The current date should be displayed as a gridline. The current date should be changed to the last update period. A progress lien based on the current date should be added to the view.
You are currently tracking a project that is scheduled to have a six-month duration. Three months into the project you need to share the Gantt chart of the remaining three months of the project with a colleague. However, your colleague does not have access to the computers that have Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007 installed. What should you do? A printout of the Gantt chart for the remaining three months of the project should be made. A filter should be applied to select the tasks that start in the remaining three months and then a custom Task report should be printed. The timescale on the Gantt chart should be modified to display quarters on the middle tier and months on the bottom tier. Then a custom Task report should be printed. The Gant chart should be configured with the Gantt Chart Wizard. A filter should be applied to select the tasks that start in the remaining three months and then the resulting task list should be copied into an e-mail message.
You have been given a project plan that was created using Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007. You need to make a presentation regarding the project status in a meeting. While displaying your presentation in the meeting you want to be able to dynamically change the timescale and the fields. What should you do? A visual report should be created. A custom basic report should be created. A picture of the Gantt chart should be pasted into a visual presentation. The project plan should be filtered to display only the critical tasks. A copy of the table should then be pasted into a visual presentation.
You are currently tracking a project. This particular project is done in collaboration with colleagues that are located on different continents. You must keep your colleagues up to date with the progress on the project, however not all of them have access to Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007. You need to e-mail the Gantt chart of the project in an appropriate readable format to your colleagues. What should you do? A Task Summary visual report should be created and attached to an e-mail message. A picture of the Gantt Chart view should be copied and then pasted into an e-mail message. The table from the Gantt Chart view should be copied and pasted into an e-mail message. The file should be saved as a Microsoft Excel workbook and then attached to an e-mail message.
You are currently managing a project. You need to create a summary task from an Outline Level 1 task on a project plan that you are currently viewing in the default Gantt Chart view. What should you do? The Outline Level 1 task should be set as a milestone. The subtasks that appear below the intended summary task should be indented. A start-to-start dependency between the summary task and the subtasks should be created. The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) code should be edited to remove all but the first-level code.
Of all the PM's, who is going to be a chump and NOT take the certification tests, even when the answers have basically been handed to them? (CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY) Mark Dan James Jorge Ania.
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