Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Chapter 3
Mark It on Your Calendar
In This Chapter
Exploring the Base, Project, Resource, and Task calendars
Understanding how calendars work together
Setting calendar options, working times
Creating the Project calendar
Utilizing Project Guide to make calendar settings
Working with Task calendars
Using Resource calendars
Creating your own calendar templates
Copying calendars to another project
Most people live their lives based on clocks and calendars. Think about
it: You wake up, and your first thoughts are about what day it is, what
time it is, and whether it’s a working day.
You have a familiar definition for what your typical workday is, whether
you’re a 9-to-5 kind of person or your particular job calls for you to work from
midnight to 8 a.m. You also vary from that routine now and then by putting in
a 12-hour marathon in a crunch or slipping away after half a day to go fishing
on a nice summer day.
Project 2007 calendars are sort of like your life in that they set some
standards for a typical working time and then allow for variation. Unlike you,
Project 2007 has several types of calendars to account for.
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