After downloading Microsoft Project and before using it, refer to the continuati

After downloading Microsoft Project and before using it, refer to the continuation of Case Study 1, A Not-for-Profit Medical Research Center, which is in Chapter 5 of the text.
Open Microsoft Project and input the activities you created in your brainstorming PowerPoint into the MS Project Gantt View.
Develop an estimated duration for each activity 
Based on the logical order you determined in your schedule brainstorming, input the activities into Microsoft Project and indicate the predecessor activities consistent with the logical order of activities. Attempt to fit the schedule into 180 days. Using a project start time of 0 (or May 15) and a required project completion time of 180 days (or November 15), calculate the ES, EF, LS, and LF times and TS for each activity. If your calculations result in a project schedule with negative TS, revise the project scope, activity estimated durations, and/or sequence or dependent relationships among activities to arrive at an acceptable baseline schedule for completing the project within 180 days (or by November 15). Make note of your revisions for your final summary. 
Determine the critical path, and identify the activities that make up the critical path. 
Produce a bar chart (Gantt chart) based on the ES and EF times from the schedule in item. 
Submit your Microsoft Project file along with a one-page descriptive summary of your schedule including the final schedule duration, and the revisions made to achieve it.

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