Microsoft Office Project 2007. Managing Projects
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Q: 1 The project schedules you manage in Microsoft
Office Project Standard 2007 all follow standard project
lifecycle phases. You need to be able to display all
tasks of all projects by phase. What should you do?
A. Within a master project that contains all projects,
create a summary task for each phase, and then display
B. Create a project plan template with the standard
project lifecycle phases as summary tasks. Use this
plan template for all projects.
C. Create a shared resource pool, associate the resource
pool with all projects, assign resources to summary
tasks that represent phases, and then display all
D. Within a master project that contains all projects,
create a custom task text field with a value for each
phase, associate all tasks with one of the values,
and then group all tasks by this field.
Q: 2 You manage a project in Microsoft Office Project
Standard 2007. The project is organized using Work
Breakdown Structure (WBS) codes. Your organization's
accountant wants to be able to break down and group
costs in a different manner. You need to provide the
accountant with a different code that will meet her
needs. What should you do?
A. Use the Cost Performance Index.
B. Use an Outline code with a mask for cost data.
C. Create a duplicate file that has the WBS set up
according to cost code.
D. Differentiate between cost items and work items
by using a project-specific prefix.
Q: 3 In Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007, you
have a consolidated project that links to subprojects.
You need to add a new task to one of the subprojects
from within the consolidated project file. What should
A. Collapse the subproject, and then insert the new
task directly below it.
B. Expand the subproject, and then insert the new
task into the subproject.
C. Select the project summary task of the subproject,
and then insert the new task.
D. Insert the new task in the consolidated project,
and then insert links to the new task.
Q: 4 You are preparing a multi-year project schedule
in Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007. You need
to set up the schedule so you can easily switch between
viewing all tasks organized by WBS and by the month
they are scheduled to end. What should you do?
A. Create a custom filter based on the Date Range
B. Define Group By criteria for finish dates, with
an interval of months.
C. Set the project timescale to use months as the
D. Set the project timescale to use months as the
Q: 5 You have two project plans in Microsoft Office
Project Standard 2007 that are part of one large initiative.
You need to display a single critical path across
both projects in the Gantt Chart view. What should
A. Open both project plans, and then display them
side by side.
B. Copy and paste the tasks of each project plan into
a spreadsheet in Microsoft Office Excel 2007.
C. Create a visual report of each project plan, and
then merge the data in Microsoft Office Excel 2007.
D. Insert both project plans into a third project
plan. Then in the third project plan, expand the inserted
projects and all their tasks.
Q: 6 You are managing a project schedule in Microsoft
Office Project Standard 2007. Your organization's
accounting system utilizes cost accounts to track
expenses against revenue. You need to align the project
schedule data with the cost accounts. What should
A. Set up interim plans.
B. Enter cost resources.
C. Enter budget resources.
D. Copy cost data from the Task Usage table into the
Q: 7 You are adding a task to an existing project
schedule in Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007.
The task should start Tuesday, January 5 and must
complete by Friday, January 8. You need to schedule
the task. What should you do?
A. Set a Must Start On constraint on January 5.
B. Set a Finish No Later Than constraint on January
C. Set a Must Start On constraint on January 5 and
a Finish No Later Than constraint on January 8.
D. Set a Start No Earlier Than constraint on January
5 and a Finish No Later Than constraint on January
Q: 8 You are managing a project in Microsoft Office
Project Standard 2007. The cost of a resource has
increased. The resource is assigned to a task that
is currently in progress. You need to update your
project budget so that Project will automatically
calculate future costs without requiring manual adjustments.
What should you do?
A. Update the resources standard rate in the Resource
B. Update the resources Actual Cost in the Resource
C. In the resources Cost table, set the standard rate
to increase on the effective date of the cost increase.
D. Create a resource with the new rate and assign
that resource to all tasks starting on or after the
effective date of the cost increase.
Q: 9 You are developing a project schedule in Microsoft
Office Project Standard 2007. The project uses a shared
resource pool. One of the resources assigned to the
project is assigned to another project on a half-time
basis during the first month of the project. You need
to ascertain whether the resource is overallocated
during the first month of the schedule. What should
you do first?
A. Set the resource availability in the resource pool
for that month at 0.5%.
B. Set the resource availability in the resource pool
for that month to 50%.
C. Set the resource availability for that month at
100% and confirm the sharing agreement with the project
manager of the other project.
D. In the resources calendar, set all the working
days for the first month as Nondefault Working Time,
and then set them to half the hours of a default working