The lowest-level information about a task, resource, or assignment.
A way to see or highlight in a view only the task or resource information that meets the criteria you choose.
A fixed quantity of a material resource to be consumed in the completion of an assignment.
A set amount of money budgeted for a task. This amount is independent of resource costs and task duration.
A task type in which the duration value is fixed. If you change the amount of work you expect a task to require, Project recalculates units for each resource. If you change duration or units, Project recalculates work.
A task type in which the units value is fixed. If you change the duration of a task, Project recalculates the amount of work scheduled for the task. If you change units or work, Project recalculates duration.
A task type in which the work value is fixed. If you change the duration of the task, Project recalculates units for each resource. If you change units or work, Project recalculates duration.
A constraint type that gives Project the flexibility to change the start and finish dates (but not the duration) of a task. As Soon As Possible (ASAP) and As Late As Possible (ALAP) are both flexible constraints.
The amount of time that a task can be delayed without delaying the start date of another task.
The condition of a resource when the total work of his or her task assignments is exactly equal to his or her work capacity.