Working with Baseline Views


After you have established baseline data in your plan, you will need to be able to use it to analyze your progress.

Viewing Baselines In the Tracking Gantt

graphics/one_icon.jpg Save your baseline using the steps described in the previous tasks .

graphics/two_icon.jpg Click the View, Tracking Gantt menu item.

graphics/three_icon.jpg Notice the dark bars below the "normal" Gantt bars. These dark bars represent the baseline start\finish dates.


Using the Multiple Gantt Chart View

graphics/one_icon.jpg Click the View, More Views menu item.

graphics/two_icon.jpg Select Multiple Baseline Gantt from the list.

graphics/three_icon.jpg The baseline values are shown in blue.

graphics/four_icon.jpg Baseline1 values are colored in maroon.

graphics/five_icon.jpg Baseline2 values are colored in green.

graphics/six_icon.jpg Using this view, you can see the date-slipping trends across the times that baselines were saved.


Applying the Baseline Table to View Baseline Data

graphics/one_icon.jpg Click the View, Table, More Tables menu item.

graphics/two_icon.jpg Select Baseline.

graphics/three_icon.jpg Click Apply.

graphics/four_icon.jpg View your baseline data.


Did You Know?

Instead of having to insert baseline fields into your views, you can use the tracking table . The tracking table, which already comes with Project, already contains the Duration, Start, Finish, Work, and Cost fields for that baseline.

Show Me. Microsoft Office Project 2003
Show Me Microsoft Office Project 2003
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