Work In Progress Template

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office Templates' started by Maureen, Jun 28, 2008.

  1. Maureen

    Maureen Guest

    Does any have or know where I can get a template that I have seen in a
    advertising agency once. It was call a WIP Work In Progress - I think it was
    in excel.
    I am looking for some layout ideas as I am trying to put a timeframe for an
    event together that takes a few different people to do and so everyone knows
    where everyone is at.
    Maureen, Jun 28, 2008
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  2. Maureen

    JoAnn Paules Guest

    I would suggest using Google to see what you can find. I don't use Project
    but I think that's the program you ought to be using instead of Excel. Or
    you could try contacting that agency and asking them if they could share
    that template with you. (It's worth asking.)

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    JoAnn Paules
    MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
    Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies"



    "Maureen" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Does any have or know where I can get a template that I have seen in a
    > advertising agency once. It was call a WIP Work In Progress - I think it
    > was
    > in excel.
    > I am looking for some layout ideas as I am trying to put a timeframe for
    > an
    > event together that takes a few different people to do and so everyone
    > knows
    > where everyone is at.
    JoAnn Paules, Jun 28, 2008
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  3. Maureen

    Gordon Guest

    "Maureen" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Does any have or know where I can get a template that I have seen in a
    > advertising agency once. It was call a WIP Work In Progress - I think it
    > was
    > in excel.
    > I am looking for some layout ideas as I am trying to put a timeframe for
    > an
    > event together that takes a few different people to do and so everyone
    > knows
    > where everyone is at.



    Work in progress or WIP as it is commonly known, is produced by a
    Job-Costing system. It is the sum of all the time/materials booked to all
    jobs less that amount actually invoiced to customers. I don't think you'll
    get a "template" to do that...
    Gordon, Jun 28, 2008
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