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1. What is the core feature that separates Microsoft Excel from Microsoft Project when creating project plans?
Microsoft Project has reporting capabilities.
Microsoft Project allows you to add resources to tasks.
Microsoft Project uses a constraint-based scheduling engine to determine the start and finish dates for tasks.
2. What are the three most common types of constraints you will use on a project?
Predecessor/successor constraints, calendar constraints, and (where applicable), resource constraints.
Calendar constraints, task date constraints, and predecessor/successor constraints.
Gantt chart constraints, timeline constraints, and reporting constraints.
3. What happens to a task when you link it with the predecessor column?
The successor column in the linked task automatically fills in.
The start and finish dates change. In addition, the successor column in the linked task automatically fills in.
The task stays the same until you modify the start and finish dates manually.
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