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Project Schedule on Excel?

Project Schedule on Excel?

Project Schedule on Excel?

Hi all.

I am in a jam, in that I need to generate some quick schedules for 3 simultaneous projects.  I do not know how to use Microsoft Project, so I want to do it in XL.

Any tips, or functions that I should be using?

Thanks in advance,

RE: Project Schedule on Excel?

You are able to do all work workings etc in excel, then insert (via program toolbar) into program.

I have found this very easy and quick

RE: Project Schedule on Excel?

Thank you all very much.

The closest thing to what I needed was at the j-walk site.


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