A protocol that enables you to transfer information, such as a chart or text (called an object), to documents in different programs.
An activity that has no planned end date and is repetitive in nature. Examples include accounting, managing human resources, and some manufacturing.
A dialog box with which you can copy views, tables, filters, and other items between the Global.mpt template and other Project plans, or between two different Project plans.
A hierarchy of summary tasks and subtasks within Project, usually corresponding to major phases of work.
Numbers that indicate the position of a task in the project’s hierarchy. For example, a task with an outline number of 4.2 indicates that it’s the second subtask under the fourth top-level task.
The condition of resources when they are assigned to do more work than is their normal work capacity.