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Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2013

Question No: 61

You are managing a project by using Project Professional 2013.

Your project schedule contains 1000 tasks which are in outline format. You discover that the Design summary task is located below the Build summary group of tasks.

You need to move the Design summary task and its detail tasks to the proper location. What should you do?

  1. Click on the Design summary task name and drag it above the Build group of tasks.

  2. Make the Design summary task grouping a manual task, and drag the Design task name above the Build group of tasks.

  3. Cut all of the tasks below the Design summary task and paste them above the Build group of tasks.

  4. Click on the ID number for the Design summary task grouping and drag the group above the Build group of tasks.

Answer: D

Question No: 62

You are a project manager and have built a project plan by using Project Professional 2013.

Your project plan has both fixed duration and fixed work tasks.

You have been asked to denote key existing tasks as milestones in the Gantt view. What should you do?

  1. Format the bar styles in the Gantt view to denote the tasks as milestones.

  2. Enter the word Milestone in the Task Duration column to set the task as a milestone.

  3. Set the Duration column to 0 to set the task as a milestone.

  4. Navigate to View, Text Styles, select Milestones, and then select the black diamond.

Answer: C

Question No: 63

You are project manager who uses Project Professional 2013.

Your organization uses Microsoft SharePoint 2013 and uses a SharePoint task list to define the tasks required on an upcoming project. The task list contains over 100 items.

You need to create a project based on the tasks in the SharePoint list in the most efficient manner.

What should you do?

  1. Export the tasks into Microsoft Excel and then import the Excel file into Project Professional 2013.

  2. Edit the Project Summary Task hyperlink column to point to the SharePoint task list and click the Import button.

  3. Open the tasks directly from the SharePoint site into Project Professional 2013.

  4. Copy and paste the tasks from SharePoint into Project Professional 2013.

Answer: C

Question No: 64

Your company uses Project Standard 2013 to track project progress.

You need to accurately calculate cost performance index (CPI) as a health indicator.

Which three actions should you perform? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose three.)

  1. Ensure there is a value in the Status Date field.

  2. Ensure there is a value in the Standard Rate field.

  3. Ensure Task Dependencies exist in the schedule.

  4. Enter actual progress information.

  5. Level resources within available slack.

Answer: A,B,D

Question No: 65

You are a project manager who uses Project Professional 2013.

A customer has sent you a project plan, which contains several custom fields that you want to use in your project. You have a custom field named CF1 in the Number1 field in your project, and you have a custom field named CF2 in the Number1 field of your customer#39;s project.

You need to copy the custom fields from your customer#39;s project into your own. You do not want to overwrite your project custom field.

You open both projects. What should you do next?

  1. Use the Organizer to move the custom fields from one project to the other.

  2. Cut and paste the custom fields from one project to the other.

  3. Drag the custom fields from one project to the other.

  4. Open the custom fields dialog box and use the Import Fields button.

Answer: D

Question No: 66

You manage a project for an organization that uses Project Professional 2013.

You reset the baseline for some selected tasks. After the baseline has been updated with the new values, you realize that some of the summary baseline duration values are not correct.

You need to resolve this problem. What should you do?

  1. Update the summary tasks manually with the new duration values.

  2. Change all task durations to the same denomination values, such as days, weeks, or months.

  3. Reset the baseline for the selected tasks and select the Roll up baselines to all summary tasks option.

  4. Reset the summary tasks to manual scheduling.

Answer: C

Question No: 67

You are a program manager who uses Project Professional 2013.

You manage a portfolio of projects for a large point of sale implementation. All of your project managers have created individual project schedules. You discover that you have resource constraints since multiple resources are working on multiple projects.

You need visibility into resources across all projects so that you can most efficiently manage the resources and their availability.

What should you do?

  1. Create a shared resource pool and send the location to each project manager. Open the individual project and the resource pool. From the individual project, select Resource Pool, Share Resources, and choose Use Resources.

  2. Create a shared resource pool and send the location to each Project Manager. Open the individual project, select Resource Pool, Share Resources, and choose Use Resources.

  3. Create a master resource list and send it to each project manager. Open the individual project and copy and paste it into the Resource Sheet.

  4. Create a master resource list and send it to each project manager. Open the individual project, select Team Planner, and add the resources.

Answer: A

Question No: 68

Your organization uses Microsoft Project 2013.

You are finalizing the Project Schedule for a very complex project with over 100 resources. You need to ensure that all tasks are assigned to resources.

What should you do?

  1. Use Task Usage view and look for Unassigned tasks.

  2. Use Resource Graph view and look for the Unassigned resource name.

  3. Use Resource Usage view and look for the Unassigned resource name.

  4. Use Resource Sheet view and look for Unassigned tasks.

Answer: C

Question No: 69

You are a project manager, and your organization uses Project Professional 2013.

You have created a detailed project schedule and have identified two tasks that are causing your resource to be overallocated.

You need to use the Team Planner to reassign these tasks from the overallocated resources to underallocated resources with the same skill set.

What should you do?

  1. Right-click the task and reassign it to the underallocated resource.

  2. Drag the underallocated resource on the task to reassign it.

  3. Drag one of the tasks from the overallocated resource to the Unassigned Tasks section.

  4. Right-click the resource and reassign it to the underallocated resource.

Answer: A

Question No: 70

You are a project manager who uses Project Standard 2013.

You are creating a preliminary project schedule and are estimating the number of

resources required prior to finalizing the schedule. You do not have named resources to complete the tasks, but you know the resource roles that are necessary. One of the roles needed is architect.

You need to estimate how many architect hours are required to complete the work. What should you do?

  1. Add a Material Resource named architect.

  2. Add a Budget Resource named architect.

  3. Add a Work Resource named architect,

  4. Add a Cost Resource named architect.

Answer: C

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