Getting Started With XLGantt

Published on Author Admin2 Comments

I will tell you a simple use of XLGantt. Follow the steps below.

  1. After downloading the XLGantt file, press “Enable Editing” button.
  2. If you see a security warning related to using macros, click the “Enable Content” button.

    .
    .
  3. Clear all tasks entered as examples and enter tasks. Please enter only the start and finish date of the subtasks.
  4. Click the “Update Schedule” button on the “XLGantt – Project Scheduler” ribbon menu.
  5. When you enter task names, start and finish dates, and %work complete values, XLGantt automatically calculates the tasks durations, planned %work complete values.

Please refer to the manual uploaded to the site for the rest of the detailed functions.
XLGantt program and manual

[ Posts related to XLGantt ]

2 Responses to Getting Started With XLGantt

    • Yes, you can insert columns between the E column and the AC column in the schedule sheet.
      But, you can not insert columns between task columns.
      Thank you.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.