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Ms project start date not updating

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What I do not understand is the philosophy of why planned dates change at all.

The math and how dates relate to tasks is understood.These tutorials will not guarantee that you will run a successful project or be a great manager but it will increase you possibilities of understanding and work more efficiant with the project management software.  As said in the tutorial about Actual Progress you need to update the actual progress of your project into Microsoft Project 2007 to be able to compare the baseline in your project towards the actual progress. Choose the task in the Gantt Chart that you would like to update by clicking it. Comparing the actual progress and the baseline will provide you with information if you are on track or slipping behind the timeschedule…or even ahead of the plan. When I add first Task to the Project, this new Task, and the Project start time will be at instead of ! So, to conclude, if you change your Project start time earlier than it was set up before, change your Project start time as well.And, btw, check your Project Start time in any new Project, just to be sure that it will start when it is supposed to start. Location: Zagreb, Croatia Occupation: Project Manager Interests: Project Management and MS PROJECT He was born in Zagreb, Croatia at 1963.This is the reason why the dates do not match the duration of the task. Well there are essentially 2 options – · – When you enter the duration for the task, enter it in hours instead of days. Please feel free to comment and let me know if you found this post helpful.

So for the above example instead of entering 21days as the duration of the task, you would enter 294hrs (21*14 =294).

, and then: Ok, so I want that First Project Task starts at in the morning. Because I didn’t change the Project Start time, and you can see it here: I will change it now: and I will get: Everything is Perfect now!

I am going to change working time: Ok, now I will add two Tasks: As you can see, Task 1 is going to start at Monday , and finish at Thursday, 18.6.2015 at , and Task 2 is going to start at same Thursday as well, and it will be finished at Monday, 22.6.2015 at . What if I set up that my Default start time is at instead of , and Default end Time is instead of , and I set up working time in calendar according to this?

If, however, you complete the task in 4 days instead of the originally planned 5, then your Variances will show that you started late, but are still on track to complete the remaining open tasks on time for the project. The planned Start and Finish dates will change to reflect reality when you enter Actual Start and Finish dates.

:) Remember, once you actually start and finish tasks, you compare the actual to the baseline, not the planned to the baseline. What wont change are the Baseline Start and Finish dates.

The next step was to check the Project options – So I opened the project in Microsoft Project Professional and went to File - Schedule As seen above, Microsoft Project uses these setting to convert days to hours. Project goes ahead and converts the 21 days into 168hrs (21*8 = 168hrs).