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This task requires the children s book author, Tad Orman, to proofread his book at a certain stage in the design process. However, Tad has informed you that due to his travel schedule, he will be unable to start his review before July 13 later than currently scheduled.
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On the Task tab, in the Properties group, click Information. In the Task Information dialog box, click the Advanced tab. In the Constraint Type box, select Start No Earlier Than. In the Constraint Date box, type or select 7/13/12, and then click OK.
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Project applies a Start No Earlier Than constraint to the task, and a constraint icon appears in the Indicators column. You can point to the icon to see the constraint details in a ScreenTip.
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Position your mouse pointer over a constraint indicator (or any icon in the Indicators column) to see a ScreenTip.
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Because this constraint affects the scheduling of the task, the Task Inspector pane now includes the constraint details.
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Task 16 is rescheduled to start on July 13 instead of July 11. All tasks that depend on task 16 are also rescheduled. One way to view this rescheduling is by the light blue change highlighting that Project applies to the Start and Finish dates of the successor tasks of task 16. Because the durations of the 1st Pages review and Design and Production summary tasks were also changed by applying the constraint to task 16, the Duration and Finish fields for the those summary tasks are also highlighted. Change highlighting remains visible until you perform another editing action or save the file, and it is an effective visual way to see the broader effects of your specific actions in your schedule.
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7. Click the Close button (the X button in the upper-right corner) on the Task
Inspector pane.
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Here are a few other things to keep in mind when applying constraints to tasks:
Note You cannot set constraints on manually scheduled tasks. The following issues apply only to automatically scheduled tasks. For more information about manually versus automatically scheduled tasks, see 2. Entering a Finish date for a task (for example, in the Finish column) applies a Finish
No Earlier Than constraint to the task.
Entering a Start date for a task (for example, in the Start column) or dragging a
Gantt bar directly on the Gantt chart applies a Start No Earlier Than constraint to the task.
In many cases, entering a deadline date is a preferable alternative to entering a
semi-flexible or inflexible constraint. You will work with deadline dates later in this chapter.
Unless you specify a time, Project schedules a constraint date s start or finish time
using the Default Start Time or Default End Time values on the Schedule tab of the Project Options dialog box (to open this dialog box, on the File tab, click Options). In this project, the default start time is 8 A.M. If you want a constrained task to be scheduled to start at a different time, enter that time along with the start date. For example, if you want to schedule a task to start at 10 A.M. on July 12, enter 7/12/1/2 10AM in the Start field.
To remove a constraint, first select the task or tasks and, on the Task tab, in the
Properties group, click Information. In the Task Information dialog box, click the Advanced tab. In the Constraint Type box, select As Soon As Possible or (if scheduling from the project finish date) As Late As Possible.
If you must apply semi-flexible or inflexible constraints to tasks in addition to task
relationships, you might create what is called negative slack. For example, assume that you have a successor task that has a finish-to-start relationship with its predecessor task. If you entered a Must Start On constraint on the successor task earlier than the finish date of the predecessor task, this would result in negative slack and a scheduling conflict. By default, the constraint date applied to the successor task will override the relationship. However, if you prefer, you can set Project to honor relationships over constraints. On the File tab, click Options, and in the Project Options dialog box, click the Schedule tab. Clear the Tasks Will Always Honor Their Constraint Dates check box.
If you must schedule a project from a finish date rather than a start date, some
constraint behaviors change. For example, the As Late As Possible constraint type, rather than As Soon As Possible, becomes the default for new tasks. You should pay close attention to constraints when scheduling from a finish date to make sure that they create the effect that you intend.
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