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Chapter 3. Setting Up a New Project Docu... > Defining a Calendar of Working Time

Defining a Calendar of Working Time

Microsoft Project use a calendar to define the default working and nonworking days used for scheduling tasks in your projects. This calendar is called the base calendar. Built into Microsoft Project are three base calendars: Standard, 24 Hour, and Night Shift.

All projects are assigned to a base calendar, and the default assignment is to the Standard base calendar. You can edit the Standard calendar, use one of the other built-in calendars, or create additional base calendars and assign the project to one of them if you want.


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