Feb 20, 2019
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Gantt Chart Pal

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Need a way to keep track of your project and stay on target?  Let the Gantt Chart Pal spreadsheet help you with your projects.  Simple and easy to use, just fill out your project title, your task, start and end date for each task and your all set.  Quickly add new rows to enter more task with a click of a button.  Track a project up to 3 1/2 years.  Fill in the actual % complete and compare it to days % complete. Know what task need to get finished and which task you need to start next.  Gantt charts can be used for many different scheduling purposes such as home builders scheduling the task and dates for building homes or restoring classic cars and staying on schedule for car enthusiast.

-Requires Excel 2010 or Newer
-Requires macros to be enabled
-Its FREE

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Comments to Gantt Chart Pal

  • This gantt chart will work well for my 8 month project. Easy to use and understand and free to boot. Thanks.

    David C. July 18, 2019 6:18 pm Reply
  • I don’t have a lot of experience using gantt charts, but I wanted something that would help me stay on track when I started a rebuild of a classic car. I figured I could use this just as much as anyone would use it for a construction type project.

    I started using this gantt chart spreadsheet about 4 months ago and im really impressed with being able to stay close to my schedule. I have had to adjust a few of my dates because I just didn’t have the extra time to meet the original deadlines I set, but being able to at least see where I wanted to be versus where I am at realistically is a real eye opener and has helped to push me in some areas that I didn’t want to fall behind on. Thank you for a nice gantt chart spreadsheet!

    Ronald September 24, 2019 2:39 pm Reply

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