Launching MS Project from RiskyProject

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Launching MS Project from RiskyProject

Post by NTT » Fri Dec 16, 2016 5:42 pm

I noticed that from the Launch menu, it lists several tools including MS Project. How does this work and will it send the results of my analysis to MS Project?
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Re: Launching MS Project from RiskyProject

Post by Intaver Support » Fri Dec 16, 2016 5:45 pm

If you run a risk analysis in RiskyProject, you can automatically export it back to MS Project either as the original plan or based on a certainty level (percentile) based on results of the simulation.

To export you results to MS Project.
1. Run a simulation.
2. From the File menu, choose Launch and then Microsoft Project. The Export Schedule dialog box opens.
3. Select either Deterministic (the original plan) or a percentile. Low and High are defined in the Project Options > Calculation. By default this is P10 and P90. Or you can enter a custom percentile.
4. Click OK. The schedule will open in MS Project.
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