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Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2013

Question No: 1

You are a project manager for a company that uses Project Professional 2013.

You are responsible for communicating the progress of your projects every month. Your company provides you with a Gantt Chart view that uses the standard Entry table.

You need to communicate the progress of tasks that have a finish date of either October 2 or October 22.

What should you do?

  1. Go to the Task tab, open the Find window, and set the parameters to find the required dates, setting the Look in Field to Finish. Then click Find Next.

  2. Go to the View tab, open the More Views window, and create a new view.

  3. Go to the View tab and use the Date Range filter.

  4. Go to the View tab and select Display AutoFilter. Click on the arrow next to the Finish column and check only the required dates.

Answer: D

Question No: 2

You are a project manager who uses Project Standard 2013.

Your current project has resources with the standard calendar as the base calendar. Some tasks of the project need to be done overnight so the night shift calendar is assigned to those tasks. When you assign a resource to one of these tasks, you get an error.

You need to correctly assign the resource. What should you do?

  1. Remove the night calendar from the task and re-assign the resource.

  2. Change the task mode to Manually Scheduled.

  3. Change the task type to Fixed Units, Effort Driven, and then re-assign the resource.

  4. Select scheduling ignores resource calendars for the task.

Answer: D

Question No: 3

You are a project manager for an organization that uses Project Professional 2013.

You are planning a project schedule that starts on March 1 and lasts four months. However, the sponsor now asks that the project be delayed to have a finish date of December 31.

  1. Change all task constraint types to Start no later than.

  2. Change the Schedule from field to Project Finish Date.

  3. Change the project Start date so that the project will finish on December 31.

  4. Change all task constraint types to As late as possible.

  5. Change the project Finish date so that the project will finish on December 31.

Answer: B,D,E

Question No: 4

You are a project manager who uses Project Professional 2013. You have worked on a project for four years and have created a very detailed project plan in Project Professional 2013. You use milestones as key deliverables, and you use summary tasks as phases.

Your company requests a presentation of the key deliverables for each phase of your project plan in a simple and consolidated view that fits in one Microsoft PowerPoint slide.

You need to ensure that phases and key deliverables are clearly shown in the timeline and are not confusing to the audience.

What should you do?

  1. Create a new Timeline view from existing tasks in your project plan. Drag the timeline into a blank PowerPoint slide.

  2. Create a new Timeline view that automatically shows milestones for each stage of your project. Copy the full-size timeline and paste to your PowerPoint slide.

  3. Add all summary tasks to your timeline. Project Professional 2013 will automatically recognize and add all milestones on each stage to your Timeline view. Copy the full-size timeline and paste to the PowerPoint slide.

  4. Add all summary tasks to your timeline. Add all milestones to your timeline. Copy the full-size timeline and paste to your PowerPoint slide.

Answer: D

Question No: 5 DRAG DROP

You are a project manager who uses Microsoft Project 2013.

A resource manager notifies you that your assigned resource is now only available 50% to work on the communication plan task. The estimated amount of work for the task remains the same at 16 hours. The task must also be completed within the original two-day commitment even though the resource is only available 50% of the time.

You need to bring on another resource to assist with the remaining 50% of the work while ensuring that the same amount of work gets done in the two days that were originally committed.

Which three actions should you perform in sequence? (To answer, move the appropriate three actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.)

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Explanation:

Box 1: Assign the additional resource to the task. Box 2: Set the task type to fixed work,

Box 3: Change both the new and existing resource units to 50%.

Note:

* For a fixed-work task

/ You can change the assignment units value and Project will recalculate the duration.

/ You can change the duration value and Project will recalculate peak units per time period. The assignment units value is not affected.

Question No: 6

You are a project manager who uses Project Professional 2013.

After updating a project schedule, you want to determine the amount of time that the schedule has slipped from the original scheduled dates.

You need a graphical view that shows the current schedule to baseline. Which view should you use?

  1. Detail Gantt view

  2. Tracking Gantt view

  3. Leveling Gantt view

  4. Gantt Chart view

Answer: B

Question No: 7

Your company uses Project Professional 2013.

You are building a schedule by using predecessors to help determine a logical duration. The following image shows a baselined list of tasks with predecessors:

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You have been told that Task C is optional, and you recommend inactivating the task to keep it visible on the schedule.

You need to determine what the results are to the schedule when inactivating Task C. How should you answer?

  1. The finish date is reduced by four working days, cost remains unchanged, and baseline cost is reduced by $400.

  2. The finish date is reduced by five working days, cost remains unchanged, and baseline cost is unchanged.

  3. The finish date is reduced by six working days, cost is reduced by $400, and baseline cost is reduced by $400.

  4. The finish date is reduced by four calendar days, cost is reduced by $400, and baseline cost is reduced by $400.

  5. The finish date is reduced by six calendar days, cost is reduced by $400, and baseline cost is unchanged.

Answer: E

Question No: 8

You are a project manager who uses Project Professional 2013.

You are creating a project with several phases. Your customer requires the delivery phase of the project to start on July 1 and to finish within four weeks. The delivery phase includes a summary task, which consists of five separate sub tasks.

You need to monitor this phase closely to ensure that it does not overrun.

What should you do?

  1. Create an automatically scheduled summary task of 20 days. Set the finish date to July 29.

  2. Create a manually scheduled summary task of 20 days. Enter a Finish No Later Than constraint which is set to July 29.

  3. Create a manually scheduled summary task of 20 days. Create a deadline for the task which is set to July 29. Monitor the progress of the summary task against the deadline.

  4. Create an automatically scheduled summary task of 20 days. Set the start date to July 1.

  5. Set a deadline date for the automatically scheduled summary task for four weeks after July 1. Monitor the progress of the summary task against the deadline.

Answer: E

Question No: 9

You are a project manager for a large telecommunications company that uses Project Professional 2013.

The project you have been assigned has a fixed cost of 5150,000. The fixed cost is for the entire project and not for an individual task.

You need to add the fixed cost of S 150,000 to your schedule and spread it across the duration of the project.

What should you do?

  1. In the Gantt chart, change Table view to Cost, and enter $150,000 in the Fixed Cost field for Task 0. Change Fixed Cost Accrual to Start.

  2. In the Gantt chart, change Table view to Cost, and enter $150,000 in the Fixed Cost field for Task 0. Change Fixed Cost Accrual to Prorated.

  3. In the Gantt chart, change Table view to Cost, and enter $150,000 in the Fixed Cost field for Task 0. Change Fixed Cost Accrual to End.

  4. In the Gantt chart, change Table view to Cost, and enter $150,000 in the Fixed Cost field for Task 1. Change Fixed Cost Accrual to Start.

Answer: B

Question No: 10

Your company uses Project Professional 2013, and you are setting up an initial planning schedule.

You need to set each task duration as estimated, until the estimate is confirmed by the assigned resource.

What should you do?

  1. Select the estimated check box.

  2. Use a task custom field and set the Roll task down to assignment check box.

  3. Enter the duration suffixed with -ed for estimated days.

  4. Set the task to manually scheduled.

  5. Use an assignment custom field and set the Roll assignment up to task check box.

Answer: A

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