You need to set up their calendars to reflect the job-sharing arrangement.
What should you do?
A. Open each resource and set a recurring exception to reflect the non-working days.
B. Open each resource and amend the working time on each resource's calendar.
C. Open each resource and set their Resource Availability units to 50%.
D. Open each resource and use the Resource information dialog box to create a new
calendar. Change the Default Work Week to reflect the working time.
You are a project manager who uses Project Standard 2013, and your task list includes a
flag field that indicates, with Yes or No, if a non-summary task represents a physical
Your project involves several tasks marked as deliverables, and management requires you
to track how many deliverables are completed. The deliverable is considered completed
when the Percent complete field is 100%.
You need to create a formula to calculate the total number of deliverables that are
Which two steps should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution.
A. Use the following formula: IIf([Physical Deliverable]=Yes And [% Complete]=100,1,0).
B. Set Calculation for tasks and summary groups to Sum.
C. Use the following formula: IIf([Physical Deliverable]=Yes And [% Complete]=100,0,1).
D. Set Calculation for tasks and summary groups to Count Al .
Answer(s): A, B
You are a project manager who uses Project Standard 2013.
Your manager wants you to plan an office move. You have a project schedule from a prior
office move named "OfficeMove.mpp" and you want to use this project to assist in planning
the current office move.
In the fewest steps possible, you need to create your new project schedule based on the old
What should you do?
A. Open the old OfficeMove.mpp file, change the project start date and project title, and clear
the baseline. Save the file using the current project name.
B. Open the old OfficeMove.mpp file, click on Save As, save the file using a new file name,
clear the baseline, and set all tasks to zero percent complete.
C. Open the old OfficeMove.mpp file, save the file as an .mpt file type, removing the baseline
and actual values. Save the .mpt file as an .mpp file type, assigning the current project