User guide

Preparing to Export from NetPoint (GPM)

When exporting to P6, Open Plan, or MS Project, any activities or milestones placed on planned-dates (between their early-start and late-start) will be pulled back to their traditional CPM early-start...

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Inputs and Outputs

NetPoint schedules can be imported from and exported to Primavera P6, Deltek Open Plan, and Microsoft Project, and exported to Synchro Professional. Activities and resources can also be defined in...

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Forensic Floats for Actualized Objects

Since the Graphical Path Method (GPM) doesn’t depend on early and late-dates to calculate float, GPM float attributes continue to refresh for actualized activities left of the data date. This...

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Exporting Targets/Comparisons

Comparisons can be exported as part of a linked Excel report or as a single standalone spreadsheet. When exporting the linked Excel report, one sheet exports for each target, using the current...

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Visual Target Mode

In Visual Target Mode, activities, milestones, and benchmarks that are ahead of or behind schedule can be made either smaller, larger, or lighter or darker, resulting in a visual comparison. The...

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Tabular Comparison

Once a target has been captured in the Targets Manager, a base and an alternate must be designated accordingly. Any target can be the base and any target can be the...

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Capturing Targets

By default, the Targets Manager comes pre-loaded with a permanent target for the current state of the schedule. This can not be renamed or deleted and will update in real-time with the...

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The Targets Manager

The Targets Manager is where all the target functionality is located, such as capturing targets, comparing targets to one another, and exporting targets. The window itself is non-modal, meaning that you can navigate...

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Targets and Comparisons

A target is a snapshot of a schedule at a given moment in time. Creating a target captures the start date, finish date, duration, drift, float, and total float of...

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