Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Checking the plan’s cost and finish date
In the Project Information dialog box, you can see the finish date as the plan is
currently scheduled. Note that you can edit the start date of the plan here, but not
its finish date. Project has calculated this finish date based on the start date plus the
overall duration of the plan.
Next, you will look at the duration values for this plan.
In the Project Information dialog box, click Statistics .
The Project Statistics dialog box appears. Here again, you can see the plan’s current
start and finish dates.
This plan currently has no baseline and actual work reported, so you see NA in the
Baseline, Actual Start, and Actual Finish fields and zero values in the Actual Duration
and Actual Work fields.
Note also that the cost value in the Current row is the same as what you saw in the
Task Sheet view.
Click Close to close the Project Statistics dialog box.