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What are the three base calendars included in MS Project and what are the default values of each?
Project has three default base calendars ? Standard (traditional), 24 Hours, and .... Any task can be identified as a milestone by making the duration value 0.
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User: What are the three base calendars included in MS Project and what are the default values of each?

Weegy: Project has three default base calendars ? Standard (traditional), 24 Hours, and .... Any task can be identified as a milestone by making the duration value 0.
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User: What is the difference between a base calendar and a resource calendar?





Weegy: The "Base Calendar" is the default calendar that is used for your planning. Any company holidays can be marked in this calendar as it would be applicable to the whole team. "Resource Calendar" is the calendar associated to a particular resource. [ If a particular resource is taking leave, you can mark those dates as non-working time.. by doing this, the tasks associated to the resource will move accordingly. ]
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Base calendars are templates that project calendars, task calendars, and resource calendars are derived from. They define the standard working and nonworking times for the enterprise.
A resource calendar, on the other hand, defines working and nonworking days and times for a specific resource or group of resources.

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