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out of the garage. The shed will be built from a kit that can be ordered from Home Depot.
Requirements 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Walls need to be 8 ft. tall; floor space needs to be 120 sq. ft, 2’x3’ windows on each side. Need double doors on the front side to create a 7’x8’ opening, lockable. The roof will be shingled to match the house, cedar siding stained to match the house. Leave rafters open for additional storage, concrete slab floor Location: SW corner of the back yard. Estimated cost - $1,250 Estimated duration – 1 month (working Thursdays & Fridays)
Staff required: 1. 2. 3. 4. Andy Handy – hired hand at $25/hour Betty Doe (daughter) – hired at $10/hour Frank Doe (son) – hired at $10/hour Homeowner – John Doe – sweat equity $0/hour
Steps to build: 1. Order kit and schedule delivery (week one) Duration: 1 day Hours: 2 Staff: John 2. Preparation (summary task) 3. Site preparation – clear and level the landscape (week one) Duration: 2 days Hours: 12 each Staff: Betty, Frank, John 4. Pour the foundation (week two) Duration: 1 day Hours: 5 each Staff: John, Andy 5. Receive delivery of kit Duration: 1 day Hours: 2 Staff: John 6. Set delivery as a milestone Duration: 0 days Hours: 0 Staff: None 7. Assembly (summary task) 8. Assemble kit (week three) Duration: 1 day Hours: 5 each Staff: John, Andy 9. Stain the shed
Use the file name SHEDA Enter project information Access the project information dialog box using Project | Project Information from the main menu. 2008 Leave all other options as the defaults settings. Select the View Tab 6. 4. Uncheck New Tasks Are Effort Driven v. Set the Work is entered in: Hours iii. 3. change them as necessary: i. Betty Staff: Betty Staff: John. 2. Set the Default task type: Fixed Duration iv. change them as necessary: i. Enter project defaults Access the project Options dialog box by selecting Tools | Options from the main menu. 1. Select the Schedule Tab Check the following settings.Duration: 1 day Hours: 2 each 10. Set the Date Format to: day mm/dd/yy (Mon 1/28/02) ii. Check Show Project Summary Task iii. Check the following settings. Select OK to close the Options . Save the new project file using the File | Save option on the main menu. Set the Duration is entered in: Days ii. Frank Exercise – Create a project Create a project file Open Microsoft Project Professional 2003 Close the New Project window pane on the left side of the screen by select the X (close window option). Select Set as Default to store these settings 5. Fill shed (week four) Duration: 1 day Hours: 5 each Staff: Frank. Close the project information dialog box by selecting OK. Plant landscaping/flowers Duration: 1 day Hours: 4 11. Set the start date to: Thursday – July 7th.
Select the pull-down menu for Field Name – scroll up to select the field % Complete ix.7. Select File | Save As from the main menu bar to save the change you have made in the project. 14. 16. 15. When you save the project file out under a new version. check Show In Menu Select OK to close the dialog box. Scroll down and select Task Sheet Select Edit In the View Definition dialog box. Click OK v. 11. The % Complete column will have been inserted before the Duration column. Select Apply to change the view to the Task Sheet Add columns to the Task Sheet view i. Select Insert | Column from the main menu bar to open the Column Definition dialog box viii. 13. vii. Click OK x. The Work column will have been inserted before the Start column vi. Add a task sheet view Select View | More Views from the main menu bar. Click on the title of the Duration column to select the entire column. the project title shown in the project summary task will change accordingly. 8. 12. Select Insert | Column from the main menu bar to open the Column Definition dialog box iii. . Select pull-down menu for Field Name – scroll down to select Work iv. Click on the title of Start column to select the entire column ii. NOTE: a project summary task will appear in your project with the name of the project file. Use the file name: MYSHEDB Close Microsoft Project Professional 2003 using File | Exit from the main menu. 9. 10.
9. Enter: Site preparation d. pressing Enter accepts the value and moves to the next cell. Enter: Delivery milestone g. This will move the contents of task 3 to the right one level underneath preparation. 9. Now tasks 8. Close Microsoft Project Professional 2003 . 6. Enter: Preparation c. Use the file name: MYSHEDC 13. Enter the following values in the task name cells.Exercise – Entering tasks 1. clicking the left mouse button (holding it down) and dragging it until all three rows are selected. a. This will highlight the entire row. 5. Select task 4 by selecting the 4 in the gray left column. Enter: Plant landscaping k. Enter: Fill the shed 4. 10. Open the project file using File | Open “MYSHEDB.mpp” 3. Select the “right arrow” (indent option) form the main menu bar. Save the project out under a new file name using File | Save As from the main menu. Enter: Assembly h. and 10 by placing the cursor on the 8 in the gray left column. and 10 are sub-tasks of task 7 and task 7 is now a summary task. Select the task name cell below the project summary task My Shed1b. 9. Select the “right arrow” (indent) option from the main menu bar. 7. 11. 8. Now tasks 3 & 4 should be sub-tasks of task 2 and task 2 (Preparation) is now a summary task. Enter: Assemble kit i. Open Microsoft Project Professional 2003 2. Select the “right arrow” (indent option) from the main menu bar. Enter: Stain the shed j. Select tasks 8. 12. Select task 3 by selecting the 3 in the gray left column. Enter: Receive the delivery f. Enter: Pour the foundation e. Enter: Order kit & schedule delivery b.