Learn how to create and maintain a project calendar in Oracle Primavera P6.
- [Instructor] Before adding activities to the project…you want to take care of the calendars first.…I'll go ahead and open up the project by selecting,…right click, open.…Now I'm going to go into my enterprise…and select calendars.…You need to make sure you're under the project radial…as this calendar is going to be assigned to the project…and not necessarily the resource or other projects.…I'm going to click add to create a project calendar.…And I'm going to copy the corporate standard full time.…
I'm going to give this a name of Kuks five days per week.…Next I'm going to select modify…and under here I want to make sure that I'm…in the detailed work hours per day radial…as I'm able to see the full format.…Under inherit holidays and exceptions…I want to select none…as I don't want any holidays copied over.…I'm going to go into my work week…and for Monday through Friday…I'm going to ensure that eight through 15 is a workday,…which means that this ends at 4 p.m.…
For Saturday and Sunday there are no workdays,…so they should all be grayed out.…
AuthorSeyi Joël Kuks
- Configuring preferences
- Creating an enterprise project structure (EPS)
- Creating a project with activities
- Maintaining calendars
- Creating a work breakdown structure (WBS)
- Creating and formatting a schedule
- Formatting Gantt charts
- Adding constraints
- Setting a baseline
- Assigning resources
- Handling expenses
- Printing reports
- Importing and exporting projects
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creating a Schedule
2. Formatting the Schedule
3. Progressing the Schedule
Setting the baseline1m 34s
4. Planning with Resources
5. Essential Features
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