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Gantt Chart, is named after Henry Gantt. This graph is used to display activities or programs as a part of time. Each is shown on a horizontal bar (generally). Each bar or activity has a specific start date and end date. Considering the complete can display the time intervals by which each activity would be completed.

 

In simple terms:

  • What - a methods to divide full scale programme into significant parts
  • Why - a tool to depict probable dates of completion of a task
  • When - in project management or activity/event management

What Gantt Chart does:

  • Number of steps in course of completion of Project
  • various stages of a Project
  • different steps involved at each stage of the Project
  • start date and end date for each step in the Project work flow
  • days required for completion of each step
  • time consumption from start of the Project to the end
  • People involved and their respective responsibilities

 

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Follow the following Procedure, following the above picture:

  • Start typing start date and end date for each step
  • Insert additional rows if required at each step
  • Insert additional steps if required.
  • You can observe the chart being filled automatically.
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To adjust dates with the dates displayed in the graph,

follow the picture displayed above:

  • Right Click Mouse by placing cell pointer in the start date of the project (point 1 in the first figure) Format Cells dialog box is displayed
  • by default you can see text displayed in Date format - Move to General Column - Number with respect to the date is displayed.
  • Right Click Mouse by placing the mouse on the X-Axis of the graph (point 3 in first figure) Format Axis dialog box is displayed.
  • Type the number (eg: 41786) at the Minimum value.
  • Likewise, repeat the above steps for the end date (point 2 in first figure) of the project as well.
  • Dates on the graph will automatically get adjusted as per the sheet data.

HENRY GANTT CHART

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