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Microsoft Project 2010 : Tracking Progress on Tasks (part 2) - Tracking a Project as Scheduled

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Tracking a Project as Scheduled

The simplest approach to tracking progress is to report that the actual work is proceeding exactly as planned. For example, if the first month of a five-month project has elapsed and all its tasks have started and finished as scheduled, you can quickly record this in the Update Project dialog box. When you record progress through a specific date, Project calculates actual duration, remaining duration, actual costs, and other values up to the date you entered.

In this exercise, you record project actuals by updating work to a specific date.

  1. On the Project tab, in the Status group, click Update Project.

    Tracking a Project as Scheduled

    The Update Project dialog box appears.

  2. Make sure the Update work as complete through option is selected. In the adjacent date box, type or select 1/11/12.

    Tracking a Project as Scheduled
  3. Click OK.

    Project records the completion percentage for the tasks that were scheduled to start before January 11. It displays that progress by drawing progress bars in the Gantt bars for those tasks.

    Tracking a Project as Scheduled

    In the Gantt Chart view, the progress bar shows how much of each task has been completed. Because tasks 2, 3, and 4 have been completed, a check mark appears in the Indicators column for those tasks, and the progress bars extend through the full length of those tasks’ Gantt bars. Task 5 is only partially completed, however.

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