Suppose you want to show progress on a project using a simple Gantt Chart generated in Excel. Would you like to be able to show completed and not completed activities on the same chart. Learn how to create a simple progress Gantt chart in Excel.
Learn how to create a quick and simple Time Line (Gantt Chart) in Excel. In this video you will use the MIN formula, the MAX formula, the IF formula, the AND formula, as well as 'Greater Than' and 'Less Than' conditions to create the Time Line (Gantt Chart) in your spreadsheet. You will also use Conditional Formatting to enhance the looks of your Time Line. I hope this tool is something you can use in your daily routine so you get more with less effort. If you have a challenge with Excel that you need help with, whether it is at work, at home, or at school, please write it in the comments below. I try to resolve common Excel challenges from our viewers and subscribers. Thank you for watching. Check out some of our previous videos in the links below: * TECH-004 - Calculate total days between dates in Excel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5q_hBywbKys * TECH-003 - Display images in comments https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVdNMXp-bSU * TECH-002 - Find intersecting values in a table in Excel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfvhhbMBDO8
This video will show you a simple method on creating Gantt Chart with Non Working Days and Holidays exclusion for your project using Microsoft Excel. The method will show you workdays task bar that will skip non working days as well as particular holidays in its table. And respective employee's workdays will be calculated automatically without those non working days. This method is proven to be the easiest and the quickest one to be understood by any people with different excel skill level. The main logic is to put value of 1 (it could be any values) for workdays task bar and other values for non working days. In this video I used value 0 for unused days, 1 for workdays, 2 for weekly non working days, and 3 for particular holidays. All values are wrapped within single formula in Gantt Chart table. Then, set conditional formatting formula to show color will be as easy as set specific colors to those values in each Gantt Chart cells. And counting the number of workdays will be as easy as count the occurrence of value 1 in respective rows. After seeing this, you can develop your Gantt Chart to have other values for other conditions. Or you can colorize specific dates in workday task bar to have different color, for example for showing current progress etc.
Learn a quick trick to create a progress tracker in Excel with check boxes. I hope this concept is something you can use in your daily routine so you get more with less effort. If you have an Excel challenge that you need help with, whether it is at work, at home, or at school, please write it in the comments below. I try to resolve common Excel challenges from our viewers and subscribers. Thank you for watching. Check out some of our previous videos in the links below: * TECH-013 - Create a bar chart with conditional formatting in Excel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVo8lxtZtM0 * TECH-012 - Create links in Excel to places within your spreadsheet and outside of your spreadsheet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EE7pF1TQb7k&t=5s * TECH-011 - Create a calendar in Excel that automatically updates colors by event category https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gt6vOwFShLM&t=69s
In this Training Video I'll show you how to create a Pivot Table in Excel with dynamic Progress Doughnut Chart and a Dashboard. Impressive result with an easy to use step by step guiding. you can download the start file from my website www.OfficeInstructor.ca by going to Downloads Here is the link http://www.officeinstructor.ca/downloads.html Watch How to create a searchable drop list in Excel Just like Google https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=8gqodEiDoJ8
http://www.TeachMsOffice.com Tutorial showing you how to make a Dynamic Gantt Chart and Frequency Distribution Chart which will update every day. Each day, the bars on the chart will change in size and color to show how many days left you have for a task or project. Follow along with the spreadsheet used here and get more stuff including templates, macros, keyboard shortcuts, etc. on the website: http://www.TeachMsOffice.com
Check out my Blog: http://exceltraining101.blogspot.com You may be familiar with creating charts that plot actual values versus a target. But what if you didn't want to have a separate chart for that? Instead have it part of the worksheet in a cell? If you don't have THAT many records, this can actually be done fairly easily. All it takes is conditional formatting using data bars to simulate a bar chart without the using the Excel charting engine. Watch the video to see how it's done. P.S. Feel free to provide a comment or share it with a friend! #exceltips #exceltipsandtricks #exceltutorial #doughexcel
This is an excel tutorial to create a basic Gantt Chart with dynamic task bar. It uses conditional formatting formula to show task bar in the table based on specific workdays period in each rows. You can follow this tutorial if you plan to create a simple Gantt Chart that consider mapping workdays without holidays/days off only. You can watch steps to create it from blank worksheet until ready to be printed. If you are looking for other simple method to create excel Gantt Chart with holidays/days off consideration, you can watch my other Gantt Chart video tutorial.
Learn how to draw a basic Gantt chart in Excel 2013. You can represent tasks and headings using simple a simple step-by-step procedure. This version includes adding the five Project Management Process Groups as headings on the chart.
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