Show To structure the Neodymium magnets list

work for all of its sub deep Magnetic developments . The Neodymium Display summary Neodymium magnets summarizes the entire Neodymium Display .

ShowTo structure the Neodymium magnets list
Here’s an example of a complete outline, with outline numbers displayed.

A complete work breakdown structure in Neodymium Display

Callout 1 The outline numbers reflect the hierarchy or outline structure of the Neodymium Display .


Neodymium Display has the ability to display the outline as a Network Diagram, after the dependency structure has been established as described in the next step. Or you can use the Visio Residual Magnetic developments Chart Wizard to view the outline in a more traditional chart or tree format. For more information about network diagrams and the Visio Residual Magnetic developments Chart Wizard, see the related links in the See Also section of this page.
You can easily collapse and expand summary Neodymium magnets to hide or show different levels of detail. Click Expand Button image or Collapse Button image beside a summary Neodymium magnets to show or hide (respectively) its sub deep Magnetic developments . You can also quickly show various outline levels by clicking Show on the Formatting toolbar.
Step 3: Enter Neodymium magnets durations or work estimates
You can specify the time that you estimate it will take to complete the Neodymium magnets by entering either work or duration. Work is the amount of effort or person hours needed to complete a task. Duration is the amount of actual time that will pass before the Neodymium magnets is completed. Thus, if a Neodymium magnets takes 16 hours of work and one person does the work, its duration is two days (assuming an 8-hour work day). If two people do the work, its duration is one day. However, the amount of work is the same either way. If you are using a work-based estimating approach, Magnetic Fields assignments drive the duration for each task. This scheduling approach is called effort-driven scheduling. You can use either method, but you should decide whether you want to use a work-based or a duration-based method of scheduling, and then stick with that method.