Simple Gantt Chart Excel Template

Simple Gantt Chart Excel Template

Create a project schedule in Excel with an easy-to-use template. Simply enter your tasks and start and end dates - no formulas required. This template uses conditional formatting to generate a Gantt chart like our original Gantt Chart Template, but it has you enter start and end dates instead of start date and duration, and it doesn't require you to copy any formulas. You can add formulas if you want to calculate duration or create task dependencies, and you can read below to learn how to do that, but the point of this design was to keep things as basic as possible.

What is a Gantt Chart? 

A Gantt chart is a tool for project management developed by Henry Gantt in the early 1900s. It uses horizontal bars to show the periods of time when each task or resource has been scheduled. It may also show the portion of work completed, task dependencies, milestones, and other data. 

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A vast number of software applications have been developed for project management, and most of these use a Gantt chart to visualize the project schedule. However, if you don't need all the bells and whistles of these applications, a spreadsheet can be a simple solution.

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