Now regarded as a common charting technique, Gantt charts were considered revolutionary when they were first introduced by Henry Gantt. The basis of a Gantt chart is to illustrate a project schedule using bar graphs that cover the entire time period of a project. Gantt charts illustrate start and finish dates of the terminal elements and summary elements of a project. Many professionals use Gantt in Excel in their business operations. You can use Gantt in Excel to manage project timelines with this free Gantt chart Excel template. Download this Gantt chart Excel template right here for free.
Using the Gantt Chart Excel Template
This example Gantt chart lets you prioritize your tasks, delegate tasks to different workers, assign start and finish dates, and track their progress over a weekly periods. This Gantt in Excel was designed to be easy and simple to use. You can use this Gantt chart template to manage a project schedule with five, six or seven working days and present day and holiday color choices as markers inside the Gantt chart bar table.
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