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Microsoft® Project Do’s & Don’ts: Using Elapsed Durations for Team Schedules

Microsoft® Project expert Sam Huffman gives us the do’s and don’ts of Project. Each of these 9 videos shows a different problem that Project users may face and demonstrates how to solve that problem. From organizing your outline to leveling resources, Sam Huffman shares his techniques for getting the job done right. Join MPUG to access full-length, live webinar training sessions and hundreds more on-demand.

Using elapsed durations for team schedules isn’t always intuitive. In this video, Sam shows you the difference between elapsed durations and working durations, and how to use them to your advantage.


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Click the links below to see more videos in Sam Huffman‘s Microsoft® Project Do’s and Don’ts series

Organizing Project Tasks Incorrectly
Constraining Activities
Inadequate Baselining
Scheduling Projects as Late as Possible
Leveling Resources Without Analysis
Incorrect Calendar Association
Assigning Resources to Summary Tasks
Including Summary Tasks in Project Sequencing

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  1. Sam, great job explaining this! Great demo!

    Eric

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