Lesson 10: All Tables

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​Project Plan 365 provides a set of tables used to show specific information about tasks, resources, and assignments in a sheet view. A sheet view, which contains a list of tasks or resources, is defined further by a table, which is a group of related columns or fields. The columns seen in a sheet depend on the table applied. In Gantt Chart view the default table is Entry.

To apply a table to the view, point to Table on the Project menu and then select the table you want to apply.

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There are two types of tables:

   1. task tables (which are applied to task type views)

   2. resource tables (which are applied to resource type views)

Task Tables

Resource Tables

Baseline

Cost

Constraint Dates

Earned Value

Cost

Entry

Delay

Entry Material Resource

Earned Value

Entry Work Resource

Earned Value Cost Indicators

Export

Earned Value Schedule Indicators

Hyperlink

Entry

Summary

Export

Usage

Hyperlink

Work

Rollup

Schedule

Summary

Tracking

Usage

Variance

Work


To use a view that is not on the menu, click Project menu Table → More Tables.




image003.gif  Practice

   1. Use the Commercial Construction project plan created during Lab 8 - Entering Progress. In Gantt Chart view apply the Work table (to apply a table to a view, use the Table option available under Project menu). What you will notice?

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​         2. Review costs associated to the project. In Gantt Chart view apply the Cost table. The following columns will be displayed in the view: Fixed Cost, Total Cost, Actual Cost and Remaining Cost.

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image003.gif  Video

       If you prefer to see things in action, rather than reading text, watch out this video, which covers some of the topics from this section.