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Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2013

Question No: 11

You are a project manager who uses Project Professional 2013.

You manage a software development project and have baselined the project. Your Project Management Office (PMO) requires you to capture the actual hours per resource for each task in your project schedule. You use these weekly actual hours to generate a weekly report for your project sponsor.

Your resources report their actual hours each Friday.

You need to enter the hours in your Project Schedule on a weekly basis. What should you do?

  1. Choose Resource Usage view, add an Actual Work row, and enter total weekly hours per assignment in the appropriate week.

  2. Display the Team Planner view, add an Actual Work column, and enter total weekly hours for each task.

  3. Choose Gantt Chart view, add a Work column, and enter total weekly hours for each task.

  4. Choose Resource Form view, right-click to view Work Details, and enter total weekly

hours for each task.

Answer: A

Question No: 12

You are a project manager who uses Project Standard 2013.

A colleague sends you a Microsoft Excel file that contains a list of tasks that define a project you must complete.

You need to create a project file that contains this task list, ensuring that any fields are mapped correctly.

What should you do?

  1. Add the Import Project Wizard to the Quick Access Toolbar. Initiate the wizard and select the Excel file to import.

  2. Open the file in Excel, and copy and paste the tasks into a new project.

  3. Rename the Excel file to tasks.mpp and open the plan in Project Standard 2013.

  4. Open the Excel file by using Project Standard 2013 and import the task list using the Project Import Wizard.

Answer: D

Question No: 13

You are a resource manager who uses Project Standard 2013.

You manage all of your resources in a single plan, which acts as a Shared Resource Pool for other projects in your organization. Each resource needs to pass an annual exam in order to work on construction sites.

You need to set up a method that allows you to pick the renewal month for each resource. What should you do?

  1. Rename the Resource Text1 Custom field to Exam Expiration Date. Enter the month when the exam expires. Select the correct expiration date for each resource.

  2. Use the Organizer to copy the Resource Finish1 Custom field from the Global.mpt. Select the correct expiration date for each resource.

  3. Rename the Resource Date1 Custom field to Exam Expiration Date. Create a Lookup table with values containing the last date of each month. Select the correct expiration date for each exam.

  4. Rename the Resource Month1 Custom field to Exam Expiration Date. Create a Lookup table with monthly values. Select the correct expiration month for each exam.

  5. Rename the Resource Flag1 Custom field to Exam Expired Date. Enter the expiration dates into a Lookup table. Select the correct expiration date for each resource.

Answer: C

Question No: 14

You manage a project by using Project Professional 2013.

The Indicators column in the Gantt Chart view shows that there are overallocated resources for a task. A resource is assigned to multiple tasks at 100% on a specific day, totaling 2.5 hours of work for the day. The resource has availability of 8 hours for the day.

You need to solve this problem. What should you add to the task?

  1. A deadline

  2. A Finish to Start relationship

  3. A Finish to Finish relationship

  4. More work

Answer: B

Question No: 15

You use Project Professional 2013 to manage a project that has customer-required milestone completion dates.

You need to see graphically that your milestones have slipped beyond your customer- required dates.

What should you add to the project milestones?

  1. a Must finish on constraint

  2. a finish date

  3. a deadline

  4. a Finish no later than constraint

Answer: C

Question No: 16

You manage a project by using Project Professional 2013.

A critical task is out of scope for the project. The stakeholders suggest that the task be removed from the project but kept in the plan in case the task is needed in the future.

You need to implement a solution to meet the stakeholder#39;s request. What should you do?

  1. Click on the task, and click Inactivate.

  2. Move the task to after the ending date for the project.

  3. Delete the task from the schedule.

  4. Click the Unlink Task button to unlink the predecessors and successors for the task.

Answer: A

Question No: 17

You are an independent project manager who uses Project Professional 2013.

You work on multiple projects for different customers and use only one project to manage their tasks. You invoice your customers on a monthly basis. To identify tasks that have not been invoiced, you create a custom field called Not Invoiced.

Without losing the original project tasks#39; sort order, and without hiding any information, you need to see all tasks which have not been invoiced.

You create a custom filter based on the Not Invoiced custom field. What should you do next?

  1. Apply the custom filter.

  2. Export to Microsoft Excel using the custom filter.

  3. Apply the custom filter and select the Highlight option

  4. Use the filter in the Group By function.

Answer: C

Question No: 18

You are a project manager who uses Project Professional 2013.

A senior stakeholder asks you to update your project to reflect your organization#39;s scheduled two-week closure.

You need to reflect the closure within your schedule. What should you do?

  1. Create a resource and specify non-working days for the resource which reflect the closure. Assign this resource to each task.

  2. Open the Project Calendar and modify the default work week by setting the dates as non-working time.

  3. Create a new calendar and assign this to the tasks that are scheduled over the period of closure.

  4. Open the Project Calendar and enter the planned closure in the Exceptions tab.

Answer: D

Question No: 19

You are a project manager who uses Project Professional 2013.

Your organization migrates all project plans from Microsoft Excel to Project Professional 2013. One of the directors of the company has several years of experience using Excel Pivot Tables to analyze and make decisions about projects.

You need to enable project managers to view relevant project information in Excel Pivot Tables.

What should you do?

  1. Create a Report view by using the new Built-in Dashboards and Reports feature and export to Excel.

  2. Download and install the Microsoft Project to Pivot Table Tool and generate a new Excel Pivot Table by selecting the current project.

  3. Use the Excel Data From Other Sources feature to access your project file.

  4. Create a report by using the Visual Reports feature. Select Microsoft Excel and choose relevant data to view in the report.

Answer: D

Question No: 20

You are a project manager who uses Project Standard 2013.

You work on a project that requires you to generate many documents. Each task in your project plan must have a document associated and stored in your Microsoft SharePoint Intranet Environment. These documents are 25 megabytes in size.

You need to share this project plan by email with your team and ensure that they can easily access the documents.

What should you do?

  1. In the Task Information notes, insert an object from a file. Uncheck the Link option and make sure that it is a document, not a link. Select your document and click on it. Project will automatically create the reference to this document.

  2. Create a task custom field named Link to Document, and select the field type as Text Hyperlink. Copy the SharePoint URL of each document and paste it as a text into the Link to Document task custom field. Project Standard 2013 will convert this text to a clickable

    hyperlink.

  3. Copy and paste the document into your Gantt chart, and create a link between your task and the document.

  4. Go to backstage and use the feature Add and Link a SharePoint Document to My Tasks to select your document in your SharePoint Library. Select your task. Project will automatically create a clickable hyperlink.

  5. Copy the SharePoint URL of each document and paste in the Hyperlink task standard field as a text. Project will convert this text to a clickable hyperlink.

Answer: E

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