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Access Gantt Chart Planner
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Project Management, Gantt Chart Planner for Access

Now Available

Since posting this, I have finished and released version 1 of the Access Project Management Template, complete with a video walkthru and sample database that you can download to try.

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Hey folks. This is just a quick post to see who's interested in something like this? I put this together for a personal project, and figured some of you might be interested in it. I'm probably not going to take the time to record a step-by-step video on building it. It took me a few hours and I really don't want to do it again, but I'd do a quick walk-thru video to show you the code in case you want to make modifications.

I did a quick Google search and I'm not seeing a lot out there for this in Access, and the few solutions I did see look like you have to install 3rd party components. What I build it strictly using native Access controls (labels, text boxes, etc.) and is fully customizeable.

Let me know, and if there is enough interest I'll package it up as a template. Also, let me know what features you'd like to see added. Right now it's just a simple proof of concept. You enter in a task description and set the start and end dates (with the mouse if you like). Buttons move left and right in time. What else?

Feature Requests

  • Timeline in 15min, 30min, hours, days, weeks, months, quarters - I guess the best thing to do would to pick an interval (minute, hour, day, etc.) and how many of those to make each block.
  • Hide weekends
  • Assign category, each with color
  • Mouse hover tooltips with description
  • Mouse drag to assign hours (not sure I can do this)
  • Complex Scheduling
  • Tasks can optionally have a ProjectID and a CustomerID if assigned to a project/customer
  • Tasks can optionally have one or more EmployeeIDs (analogous to shift hours for scheduling)
  • Option to not have same employee scheduled for more than 1 task at once (for scheduling purposes - no overlaps)
  • Add your ideas here.

 

Comments for Access Gantt Chart Planner
 
Age Subject From
9 monthsGantt FinishedRichard Rost
17 monthsPlanner IdeasAlex Hedley
17 monthsI Added a DownloadRichard Rost
17 monthsPlanner NotesRon Anderson
17 monthsPlanner Multiple PeopleSimon Baynton
17 monthsPlannerAntony Lee
17 monthsDidnt Know Access CouldNancy Troutman
17 monthsProject LicensesBrandon Jackson
17 monthsComplex SchedulingBrandon Jackson
17 monthsPlanner UpgradesInderjeet Puaar
17 monthsPlanner Multi UserJuan C Rivera

 

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Keywords: Access project management database  PermaLink  Access Gantt Chart Planner