This video shows how to align Gantt bars and tasks with grid lines in Microsoft Project.
- [Instructor] Changing the appearance of task bars … in a schedule is easy. … On the Format tab, … turn on the Critical Tasks check box … to see the tasks on the critical path. … Critical tasks are red, non-critical tasks are blue. … Bar styles let you change the task bar formatting … for categories of tasks. … On the Format tab, click the Format button … and then choose Bar Styles. … To change the appearance of a category … of task bars, click the row for that category. … On the Bars tab at the bottom of the dialog box, … click the Shape down arrow … and choose the bar width and alignment you want. … Click the Color down arrow … and choose the color you want. … Click OK and the task bars … for that category of tasks change immediately. … To see how task bar formatting can help, … in the View tab, click the bottom half … of the Gantt Chart button … and choose Tracking Gantt. … This view has narrow bars on top … that show the current schedule … and narrow gray bars on the bottom … to show the baseline. …
- Working faster in Microsoft Project
- Entering data
- Using keyboard shortcuts
- Formatting tables
- Modifying views
- Sorting and Filtering
- Working with Files
- Backing up
- Sharing customization with a colleague
Skill Level Intermediate
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