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    .Project 03' (sp 3)

    Good Morning All <img src=/S/confused3.gif border=0 alt=confused3 width=45 height=45> ,

    how does one determine if a project has been saved as a baseline?

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    Re: .Project 03' (sp 3)

    When you save a baseline in Project it copies the information in the current stored tables into baseline tables, so the baseline is part of the project file. If you want to see if a baseline has been saved for a project one method would be to select Projet ==>Project information from the menu bar and click the Statistics button in the lower left. In the statistics dialog box if the baseline fields have NA then this would tell you a baseline has not been saved for this project. To save a baseline select Tools ==> Tracking ==> Save Baseline. The Tracking Gantt view in combinatiion with the Variance table is a good way to see baseine compared to current. You can save up to I believe 10 full baselines and 10 Intirim baselines (schedule information only) in Project 2003. the Multiple Baseline Gantt view is designed to display the multiple saved baselines.

    Carla

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