How To Create A Gantt Chart With A Progress Bar To Show Percentage Completion Of Tasks In Excel
A Gantt chart is a bar chart which is used to illustrate tasks that are to be completed over time in a project. To create our Gantt chart, the first step is to set up a project table with a list of tasks to be completed and their start and end dates. The next step is to calculate the duration of each task which is the end date minus the start date. Later on, we will use the start date and duration columns to create our Gantt chart. We can also include the progress towards achieving each task and use this to identify how many days of each task have been completed. To create our Gantt chart, we will insert a stacked bar chart. We will use error bars, data labels and other techniques to make the bar chart look like a Gantt chart which will give us a clear overview of the tasks that must be completed and how much progress has been made so far.
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Set Up Project Table: (0:23)
Create Gantt Chart: (1:32)
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