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I believe if you create a calendar for the resource and assign the correct working / non-working days, MS Project should level correctly. Dependent on how the Project and task calendars are defined, …
answered Oct 26 '16 by rapscalli
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You should not be selecting start and end dates. Select the start date and duration, let project calculate the end date. Even better, don't select the start date and use predecessors to drive the date …
answered Jan 7 '19 by rapscalli
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I would try and consider a wider organisational policy and set up user access accordingly. E.g. consider the persons that should be able to edit projects (e.g. project manager, all project support, …
answered Jan 7 '19 by rapscalli
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Use "resource usage" view and change the timescale to months. You can group by "resource type" or "resource type" in the view ribbon.
answered Jan 7 '19 by rapscalli