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I’m working on a school project utilizing MS Project 2019. I’ve created a WBS with deliverables and sub deliverables. I now need to identify more sub deliverables as well as identify supporting activities and tasks. I’m having an issue figuring out where the supporting activities and task go in the WBS. It’s the part I highlighted below. I also need help with this part of the project “Submit second MS Project file reflecting the graphical representation of the critical path.” Any help would be appreciated.

Using your project topic and project charter from Week 1 and your WBS from Week 2, create a project schedule using MS Project. Remember the WBS is a list of deliverables and sub deliverables only. The project schedule will expand on this by further identifying the sub deliverables and identifying supporting activities and tasks.

Your schedule must have at least 100 deliverables, activities, tasks total.
You will need to include a start and end date for all tasks and activities.
Assign resources to every activity and task. (Remember equipment, labor, materials, etc. are considered resources.)
Identify costs for every resource and reflect all resource costs for every activity and task.
Identify predecessor tasks/activities to every relevant activity and task.
Submit three items:

Enter the project description, scope, overview in the comments section of the drop box.
Submit first MS Project file reflecting all of the five items above (one view only).
Submit second MS Project file reflecting the graphical representation of the critical path. (one view only)