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Activities and Delays

Activities are the building blocks of a schedule. They have a start date and a finish date, represented by…

Setting Defaults

Default properties can be modified before objects are placed on the canvas to avoid having to modify them afterwards. For example, if you want all milestones to have a certain shape, the desired shape can be chosen ahead of time. In addition, the duration display...

Interacting with the Canvas

The NetPoint timescale is both interactive and instantaneous. When the mouse is moved over the canvas, the date and day of the week display above the cursor. As the cursor moves, the date changes to reflect the exact calendar date that the cursor is set...

Building a Schedule

In NetPoint, a schedule is created by drawing or placing objects—such as activities, milestones, and benchmarks—on a time-scaled calendar…

GPM, Early, and Late Dates-Modes

NetPoint is based on the Graphical Path Method (GPM®), an innovative scheduling algorithm that governs the behavior of activities…

Password Permissions

NetPoint provides two options for securing a schedule with a password. The first option (Password required for READ) will…

Configuring/Using a Template

NetPoint does not offer any pre-defined templates; however, any schedule can be configrued and then saved for future use….

Shared Calendars (Global)

NetPoint allows a calendar to be made available to all schedules, new and existing, on a given workstation. Once…

Displaying Holidays

Holidays, weekends, and any user-defined non-workday days can be displayed tabularly in a list or graphically on the canvas…