WBS Schedule Pro
Time formats comes from the system and can be changed using the Windows
– Select the time interval between units. Enter 1 to display every time
period, 2 to display every other time period and so on. For example, if you were
displaying Weeks as the Units, entering 2 in the Count would display a time band
every two weeks.
– Displays the full range of dates when applicable. For
example, if a two week period is selected, the full date range would display dates
an 1, 2016
an 14, 2016
instead of J
an 1, 2016
– This option only applies when you choose to display dates as Day 1,
Day 2… or Week 1, Week 2, etc… The Pr
option uses the Project Start
Date to start counting up from this date, eg: Day 1, Day 2, etc. Pr
uses the Project Finish Date to start counting down from this date eg: Day –5, Day
–4, etc... E
k uses the earliest task displayed on the screen to start
k uses the latest task displayed on the screen to start counting
down from this date. T
uses today’s date to start counting.
r - Select to show the upper tier along with the lower tier.
Deselect to show only the lower tier of the timescale.
- select to show the horizontal separator line between
the upper and lower tier. Deselect to remove this line.
– Select to display vertically coloring representing the
times when no work occurs (eg: weekends and non-working days).
Select the color the the Non-Working Time shading.
Timescale Tip: The day of the week the timescale uses to start the week is based on
Windows system settings. Change this in the Windows Control Panel in the Region and