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- [John] In this course, we've explored…project custom fields and formulas to assist us…in capturing custom information in our project schedule.…We have set up a resource location…to determine where our resources are in the organization.…We've looked at duration variances…using a duration indicator.…And, of course, schedule variances to let us know…whether we are on of off track our current baseline.…And, of course, we've built a finance code…to determine how those costs in our project…might get rolled up for our finance department.…
But don't stop there.…This series has other handy topics,…like managing time-constrained, resource-constrained,…or budget-constrained projects.…Managing actual values, and of course,…building graphical reports.…I'm John Riopel, I've enjoyed this opportunity…to share some information with you,…and hope you've enjoyed discovering these project techniques…as much as I have.…Thanks for joining me in Working with Custom Fields…and Formulas in Microsoft Project.…
Note: This course was designed in collaboration with Bonnie Biafore.
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- Touring custom field categories
- Working with enterprise fields
- Creating lookup tables
- Choosing custom fields
- Using custom fields to edit built-in fields
- Importing fields and formulas
- Creating formulas to edit text based on other fields
- Creating graphical indicators
- Choosing effective indicators
- Importing indicator criteria