Which two actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
A. Within the Custom Field, set Calculation for task and group summary rows to Use
B. Within the Custom Field, set Calculation for task and group summary rows to Maximum.
C. Within the Graphical Indicators dialog box, check the Import Indicator Criteria button.
D. Within the Graphical Indicators dialog box, check Summary rows inherit criteria from no
Answer(s): A, D
You are a project manager, and you successfully complete a server consolidation project for
one of your data centers. You use Project Standard 2013 to plan and track the work.
Your manager wants you to begin similar projects on two other data centers. You need to
create a template based on the plan you used to manage the first data center consolidation
You need to ensure that the template has all baseline and actual data values removed.
What should you do?
A. Within Microsoft Windows Explorer, create a copy of the original project plan and rename
the file type from .mpp to .mpt.
B. Open the plan and use the Move Project button to set the start date to the start of the new
project. Save the project file as Template.mpp.
C. Open the plan and reset the percent complete for each task to 0. Save the file as
D. Open the plan and save the plan as a Project Template.
E. Open the plan, and copy and paste all of the task information into a new plan. Save the
plan as a Project Template.
You are project manager who uses Project Professional 2013.
Your organization uses Microsoft SharePoint 2013 and uses a SharePoint task list to define
the tasks required on an upcoming project. The task list contains over 100 items.
You need to create a project based on the tasks in the SharePoint list in the most efficient
What should you do?
A. Export the tasks into Microsoft Excel and then import the Excel file into Project
B. Edit the Project Summary Task hyperlink column to point to the SharePoint task list and
click the Import button.
C. Open the tasks directly from the SharePoint site into Project Professional 2013.