MS Project: Using Baselines to track Project Progress

How do you compare planned vs real in a Porject? using Baselines.
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A baseline in Microsoft Project is a snapshot of the project plan that you can use as a reference point to compare your actual progress to the original plan. Here is a tutorial on how to use baselines in Microsoft Project:

  1. Open your project plan in Microsoft Project and select the “Project” tab.
  2. In the “Schedule” group, click on the “Set Baseline” button.

  3. In the “Set Baseline” dialog box, select the baseline you want to set from the drop-down list. By default, Microsoft Project provides 10 baselines (Baseline, Baseline 1, Baseline 2, etc.) that you can use to save different versions of your project plan.

  4. Choose which elements of the project plan you want to include in the baseline by selecting the corresponding checkboxes. You can choose to include the start and finish dates, durations, and costs of tasks, resources, and assignments.

  5. Click “OK” to save the baseline.

  6. To view the…

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