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Managing Projects with Microsoft Project 2013

Question No: 51

You are a project manager who uses Project Professional 2013.

When viewing the critical path, you notice that there are some inconsistencies. To investigate the status of the critical path, you insert the Total Slack column into a task table. You discover that many of the tasks have negative Total Slack values.

You need to resolve the negative Total Slack values. What should you do?

  1. Remove lag time from task relationships.

  2. Remove as many constraints as possible.

  3. Re-assign resources that have more availability at the time of the negative slack.

  4. Remove lead time from the task relationships.

Answer: B

Question No: 52

You are a project manager who uses Project Professional 2013.

You are planning an office move, which will occur over a weekend. You use Auto Scheduled tasks and create a weekend working calendar.

You need to assign the weekend working calendar to the task. What should you do?

  1. Change the start date of the task to the Saturday, which will assign the weekend working calendar to the task.

  2. Click on the Task tab and select the Change Working Time button. Assign the weekend working calendar to the task.

  3. Assign the task calendar to the task using the Task Information dialog box.

  4. Right-click on the weekend on the Gantt chart and select the weekend working calendar.

Answer: C

Question No: 53

Your company uses Project Professional 2013.

An organization with project managers of varying expertise wants a simple, standard view that displays overall project status.

You need an out-of-box function that provides the ability to assess current, baseline, and actual work for the project.

Which view should you use?

  1. Project Overview dashboard

  2. Resource Allocation view

  3. Work Overview dashboard

  4. Relationship Diagram view

Answer: C

Question No: 54

Your company uses Project Professional 2013.

You are setting up a preliminary schedule by using manually scheduled tasks. You create a task with no duration, start, or finish date, and then you assign a resource. Later, you enter a duration of three days for that task.

You need to let the resource know how the Work will be affected. What should you say?

  1. Work will increase to 24 hours.

  2. Work will remain at 0 hours.

  3. Work will increase to 16 hours.

  4. Work will remain at 8 hours.

Answer: A

Question No: 55

You are a project manager who uses Project Standard 2013. You have been told to build multiple project files for a program.

You need to have all of your projects start with auto scheduled tasks by default. What should you do?

  1. Under schedule options, set New tasks created to Auto Scheduled for each project.

  2. Use the Task Mode field to change the first task to Auto Schedule, then copy down for all of your tasks.

  3. Under schedule options, set New tasks created to Auto Scheduled for all new projects.

  4. Highlight all of the tasks in your schedule and select the Auto Schedule button.

Answer: C

Question No: 56

You are an independent project manager who uses Project Professional 2013.

You work in multiple projects for different customers and use one project to manage all their tasks. You create a custom field called Customer Name to identify the customer, and you use the Cost field to monitor the amount of money for each task.

You need to view the most expensive detail tasks in the top of your table without subtotals and summaries.

You turned off summary tasks. What should you do next?

  1. Set the Sort by option to Cost Descending.

  2. Create a custom group based on Cost and Customer Name fields. Define a group by Cost with order as ascending.

  3. Set the Sort by option to Cost Ascending.

  4. Create a custom view based on Cost and Customer Name fields. Define a group by Cost with order as descending.

Answer: A

Question No: 57

Your organization uses Project Professional 2013.

A senior stakeholder informs you that your project start date is delayed and gives you a new start date.

You need to change the project start date without adding constraints.

What are three possible ways to achieve this goal? (Each correct answer presents a complete solution. Choose three.)

  1. Modify the Start Date field in project information to the new date.

  2. Use Move Project to move the project to the new start date.

  3. Enter the new start date for all tasks without predecessors.

  4. Use Update Project and set a new start date.

  5. Set a new project status date and then set the baseline.

Answer: A,B,C

Question No: 58

You manage a project by using Project Professional 2013.

The work variance for a task is 48 hours. The remaining work is 25 hours. The work for this task has been completed.

You need the work variance to be adjusted to reflect what has occurred during the performance of the task.

What should you do?

  1. Adjust the value in the Baseline Work column.

  2. Enter a 0 in the remaining Duration column.

  3. Adjust the value in the Work Variance column.

  4. Mark the task inactive.

Answer: B

Question No: 59

You are a project manager who uses Project Standard 2013, and your task list includes a

flag field that indicates, with Yes or No, if a non-summary task represents a physical deliverable.

Your project involves several tasks marked as deliverables, and management requires you to track how many deliverables are completed. The deliverable is considered completed when the Percent complete field is 100%.

You need to create a formula to calculate the total number of deliverables that are completed.

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

  1. Use the following formula: IIf([Physical Deliverable]=Yes And [% Complete]=100,1,0).

  2. Set Calculation for tasks and summary groups to Sum.

  3. Use the following formula: IIf([Physical Deliverable]=Yes And [% Complete]=100,0,1).

  4. Set Calculation for tasks and summary groups to Count All.

Answer: A,B

Question No: 60

Your company uses Project Professional 2013.

You have two projects, Project 1 and Project 2, as well as a resource pool to contain all of the resources. You use resource leveling and want to prioritize the projects so that Project 1 is the highest priority project and gets all the required resource availability first. Project 2 then gets resources as they become available from Project 1.

You need to maintain this priority throughout the execution of the project. What should you do?

  1. Set resource leveling to prioritize by project, priority, and standard.

  2. Make sure the resource pool is configured to list Project 1 first.

  3. Level Project 1 first, and then level Project 2.

  4. Set Project Priority higher for Project 1, and then set resource leveling to level by priority, standard.

Answer: D

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