Month: April 2016

Three Crucial Points for Proper Resource Assignments in Microsoft Project

Know the Basic Scheduling Formula Duration = Work/Units Understanding  of  the  meaning  of  these  three  terms (See Project Help), as well as the formula itself, is key to  understanding  how  Project  schedules  a  task.    To anyone who has changed any of these three parameters on  a  task,  without  understanding  this  formula,  the  changes  that  Project  …

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Three Crucial Points for Proper Resource Assignments in Microsoft Project

Know the Basic Scheduling Formula Duration = Work/Units Understanding  of  the  meaning  of  these  three  terms (See Project Help), as well as the formula itself, is key to  understanding  how  Project  schedules  a  task.    To anyone who has changed any of these three parameters on  a  task,  without  understanding  this  formula,  the  changes  that  Project  …

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Developing a Learning Plan

A guide to developing a learning plan Meeting needs in a challenging climate — smaller budgets, greater needs Organisations need to ensure realistic returns on their investment in employee training programs. For many, identifying benefits from training such as improved performance, increased efficiency and reduced time on everyday tasks are difficult to measure. Often, when …

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Using the Bang (!) or Dot (.) in Microsoft Access

The Bang! (Exclamation Operator) in VBA In Visual Basic for Applications the ! operator, called the “bang” can often be confused with the . operator, called the “dot”.It is particularly common in code for Microsoft Access, where you may see things like this: strCriteria = “EmployeeID = ” & Me!txtEmplID Set rst = CurrentDb.OpenRecordSet(“SELECT * …

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