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Download Microsoft Project Schedule files. Contoh Perencanaan Proyek, MPP files


Since WordPress basic packet, only allowed these files:  jpg, jpeg, png, gif, pdf, doc, ppt, odt, pptx, docx, pps, ppsx, xls, xlsx, key.



So please after download files, change extension file from xls to mpp,

How to change, see below instruction:

file explorer, click menu VIEW, tick file name extension,

click file, right click, rename extension from XLS to MPP



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just click to Download,

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  4. customer-service                                     Customer Service
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  10. merger-or-acquisition-evaluation              Merger or acquisition evaluation
  11. new-business-plan                                  New Business Plan
  12. new-product-launch                                New product launch
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  19. training-rollout-initiative-and-plan               training roll out initiative and plan
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jangan lupa setelah anda download, ganti extension files dari XLS menjadi MPP , agar bisa dibuka dgn microsoft project , cara mengganti extension, tinggal ikuti petunjuk di bagian atas.


​SAP’s Company History :  from 1972  , amazing journey

 1972: Five former IBM employees Hasso Plattner, Dietmar Hopp, Claus Wellenreuther, Klaus Tschira, and Hans-Werner Hektor launch a company called SAP (Systems Analysis and Program Development). Their vision: to develop standard application software for real-time business processing. Still a private corporation, the company is headquartered in Weinheim, Germany, with its main office in nearby Mannheim; however, the five company founders are most often found at their customers’s computer centers, including ICI in Östringen. The first software programs were written primarily at night and on weekends. At the end of the first business year, SAP already had nine employees and a turnover of DM 620,000. 

1973: The first financial accounting software is completed, the RF system. This forms the basis for the continuous development of other software components in what came to be known as the R/1 system. New customers from the local region implement SAP software, including the cigarette manufacturer Rothändle in Lahr and the pharmaceutical company Knoll in Ludwigshafen. These new customer use IBM computers and the DOS operating system.

 1974: SAP demonstrates its flexibility for the first time. Within eight weeks, the RF system is converted from DOS to OS. There are already 40 companies on the reference list.
 1976: SAPGmbHSysteme,AnwendungenundProdukteinderDatenverarbeitung (Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing) is set up as an auxiliary sales and marketing firm. 

Five years later in 1981, the private corporation established in 1972 (Systems Analysis and Program Development) dissolved, and its rights are transferred to SAP GmbH, giving the company its current name (Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing). SAP now has 25 employees and a turnover of DM 3.81 million.

1977: The company headquarters moves from Weinheim to Walldorf. For the first time, SAP installs its system at customer sites outside Germany; two Austrian companies decide to implement SAP software. The company is reorganized to support active sales and distribution. 

1979: SAP starts to use its first own server, a Siemens 7738. Previously, SAP employees carried out all development in the data centers of regional companies, such as ICI, Thermal, Knoll, Grünzwieg+Hartmann, and Freudenberg. SAP’s first “development center” is still housed in rented space; however, work is already underway on the first stage of construction for a company headquarters building. Intensive work with IBM’s database and dialog control system provides the impetus for a new approach to SAP software. SAP R/2 is brought into the world.

1980: SAP moves into the company’s first building on Max-Planck-Strasse in Walldorf’s industrial park. The software development area and its 50 computers are now finally under one roof. The new data processing infrastructure is also built. The Siemens 7738, an IBM/370-148, is installed, although this is changed to a higher performance 4341 later in the year. This IBM model has 4 MB of memory. The palette of products is also increased. The RV order processing software is added to the product range.


SAP celebrates its 10th birthday. Its offices are already too small and the first building extension is built in record time. Over 250 companies in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland work with SAP software. Revenue reaches approximately DM 24 million, and the company has 100 employees. One of the company founders leaves the company. 

1984: SAP takes on 48 new employees. This increase in personnel resources is brought about in particular by the further development of SAP’s modules (RK, PPS, and RP). SAP (International) AG is founded in Biel, Switzerland. The intention is to deal with foreign markets from this base in Switzerland. SAP has 163 employees and revenues of DM 46 million. 

1986: SAP founds its first country subsidiary in Austria. It also opens its first branch office in Ratingen, near Düsseldof, Germany. SAP increases its capital stock from DM 500,000 to DM 5,000,000. The growing number of employees leads to the creation of smaller organizational units headed by department managers. A new financial regulation leads to a flood of orders: approximately 100 new orders are received for SAP’s asset accounting software. After three years in development, SAP’s new human resources software is made available to customers. The company makes its first appearance at the CeBIT software trade fair in Hanover, Germany. Revenues reach the DM 100 million mark earlier than expected.

 1987: Work begins on SAP’s training center in Walldorf’s industrial park. The first SAP software congress in Karlsruhe is used as a platform for the exchange of information between users and interested parties. The new generation of servers from IBM means that SAP software is now available to midsize companies (annual revenue from DM 30 million to 200 million). SAP Consulting is founded to serve this customer sector. The standardization of software production becomes an incentive for SAP to start developing a new generation of software: SAP R/3. 

1988: SAP GmbH becomes SAP AG. In October, 1.2 million shares are listed on the Frankfurt and Stuttgart stock exchanges. SAP’s international business grows; country subsidiaries are established in Denmark, Sweden, Italy, and the United States. The international training center is opened in Walldorf. This also incorporates a sport park for SAP’s 940 employees. Dow Chemicals becomes SAP’s 1000th customer. To meet the requirements of specific industries, SAP begins to develop RIVA, a billing and administration system for utilities.

 1990: SAP stock reaches DM 85 million following the issue of preference shares. The increased funds are used to finance increasing investments. DM 110 million is made available for R&D, both for the further development of R/2 and the new development of R/3. SAP now has over 1700 employees and its revenue exceeds DM500 million. 

1991: SAP presents its R/3 system for the first time at the CeBIT in Hannover. The product meets with overwhelming approval due to its client/server concept, uniform appearance of graphical interfaces, consistent use of relational databases, and the ability to run on computers from different providers. Revenues and employee numbers continue to rise. At the end of the year, SAP has 2685 employees in Germany and its 14 subsidiaries, and has revenues of DM 707 million.

 1992: After successful installation at selected pilot customers, SAP R/3 is released tothegeneralmarket.ThisheraldsthestartofanewstageinSAP’sgrowth.Asit celebrates its 20th anniversary, SAP intensifies its partner strategy in accordance with the expected high installation figures for R/3. Independent consulting companies support customers during the installation of R/3. 

1995: SAP in Germany increases its sales activities targeted at midsize companies by collaborating with system resellers. The American company Burger King, Inc. is the 1000th Human Resources customer. Microsoft also begins to use SAP. Shortly afterward, the German Manager-Magazin chooses SAP as its company of the year. Deutsche Telekom AG implements R/3; it requires 30,000 R/3 workstations and represents the largest contract in the company’s history.

1996: SAP and Microsoft present a joint Internet strategy. Coca-Cola, the largest soft drinks manufacturer in the world, decides to implement SAP R/3. A number of SAP customer events set new records. At the European SAPPHIRE ’96 in Vienna, 4,300 customers and interested parties take the opportunity to gain information about SAP’s products and strategies, and over 8,000 participants visit the American SAPPHIRE. SAP is named company of the year for the third time by Manager-Magazin.

1997: SAP celebrates its 25th anniversary. Among the guests at the official celebration is the German Chancellor Dr. Helmut Kohl. SAP’s earnings before taxes exceeds the DM billion border for the first time. Customers like Daimler-Benz and General Motors decidetoimplementSAPR/3andmorethen two million users worldwide work with SAP products. 
1998: Dietmar Hopp and Klaus Tschira, two of the founders of SAP, announce their decision to leave the board of directors; both move into the supervisory board. Dietmar Hopp takes over the presidency. Hasso Plattner and Henning Kagermann are appointed as co-chairman of the board of directors. From August, SAP shares can be bought on the New York Stock Exchange. More than 15,000 participants come to the 10th SAPPHIRE USA in Los Angeles, where the main topic is EnjoySAP.In this year, worldwide, 6,500 new employees start at SAP an increase of 50% to the existing workforce.

 1999: In May, Co-Chairman and CEO Hasso Plattner announces the strategy, heralding the beginning of a new direction for the company and its product range. connects e-commerce solutions with existing ERP applications using up-to-date Web technology. In the same year, numerous my customers are won, among them Hewlett-Packard and the pharmaceutical company Hoechst Marion Roussel. Almost 15% of the revenue of EUR5.1 billion is used for research and development. 

2000: 10 million users, 36,000 installations, 1,000 partners, and 22 industry solutions: SAP is the leading global provider of e-business software solutions that integrate processes within and beyond company boundaries. SAP, with headquarters in Walldorf, Germany, is the third largest independent software provider worldwide. With the continuous extension of the product and services portfolio, SAP changes from a component to a solution provider. Nestlé signs the biggest contract in SAP history up to this point. 

2001: The New Economy bubble has burst, but the trust in SAP and its solutions is not broken, the revenue reaches EUR 7.3 billion. By taking over TopTier, SAP extends its solution offering by company portals. 

2002: While the success for SAP began with SAP R/2, in 1992 SAP R/3 was responsible for the international breakthrough. The brand SAP represents high quality enterprise software. Shai Agassi becomes member of the board of directors and becomes responsible for new technologies 

2003: An era ends. Hasso Plattner, the last of the founders of SAP, leaves the board of directors and is elected head of the supervisory board. In January, SAP announces the solution concept behind mySAP Business Suite. In addition to the name change from to mySAP Business Suite, SAP introduces a new ERP solution: mySAP ERP. With SAP Labs China in Shanghai, SAP opens the ninth development site outside Walldorf. Research centers in India, Japan, Israel, France, Bulgaria, Canada, and the United States contribute expert IT knowledge for SAP.

 2004: Enterprise Services Architecture delivers the first version of SAP NetWeaver 04. The resonance from the new integration and application platform is overwhelming. By the end of 2004 the new product has more than 1000 customers. In total, more then 24,000 customers in over 120 countries run 84,000 installations of SAP Software. SAP announces the future of Enterprise Services Architecture. It is planned that by mid-year all enterprise applications of SAP will be service-based and offer the customer the utmost flexibility.

Series Microsoft Project : Link projects to create a master project

Ketika Ada beberapa project yg berhubungan satu sama lain, daripada menyatukannya dan membuat ribuan baris task activities yg buanyak, dan kelemahan ms Project adalah lambat dlm processing , tak jarang restart sendiri, dan membuat ada pekerjaan yg harus diulang lagi,

ada trick yg bisa meringankan beban penderitaan di atas:

dgn menu Project, lalu dibawah plng kiri anda clik menu subproject

ada 2 pilihan : saling mengupdate atau tdk saling mengupdate

kalau di tick berarti, Antara master dan subproject akan saling meng update bila salah satu ada yg diubah schedulenya,

sebaliknya bila di untick tidak akan berpengaruh , satu sama lain, jadi seperti copy saja.

kemudian setelah tick link project , ada pilihan lagi Mode : read/write or read only

kalau read/write : edit bisa di master project atau subproject

kalau read only: edit hy bisa di sub project.


Menu : project then click Subproject to insert  subproject to master project.

option :

  1. tick / untick link to project
  2. Mode : read/write or read only

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Link projects to create a master project – Project

Link projects to create a master project

To help keep a large project more organized, you can link several project files together to create a master project/ subproject arrangement (also known as external dependencies). For example, a construction master project might have subproject files for plumbing, electrical, and carpentry work. Here’s how:

  1. Create separate Project files for each subproject, then open or create the project that you want to be the master project.
  2. In the master project, click View > Gantt Chart.
  3. In the Task Name field, click the row below which you want to insert the subproject. You can insert a subproject anywhere in the task list of the master project.
  4. Click Project > Subproject.

    The Project ribbon tab, showing the Insert subproject command.

  5. In the Insert Project box, select the subproject you want to insert.
    • To insert multiple subprojects, hold down Ctrl and click the subprojects in the order that you want to insert them.
    • In most cases, you’ll want to leave the Link to project box checked, so that changes in the subproject are reflected in the master project, and vice-versa. But if you just want to copy the subproject into the master project without the files being dynamically linked, uncheck the box.
  6. Click Insert, or to insert a project in read-only format, click the arrow on the Insert button, and then click Insert Read-Only. Inserting a project read-only creates a link between the two projects, but prevents you from updating the subproject from within the master project. If you update the subproject file directly, however, its changes are reflected in the master project. The Insert Read-Only option is only available when the Link to project box is checked.

Avoiding duplicate resource names in linked projects

If you link projects that have resources with the same name, you’ll create duplicate resource names, which could be confusing. To avoid this, uncheck the Link to project box in the Insert Project dialog box. Doing this will ensure that the resource information in the master project (such as pay rates, resource calendars) will be honored over the subproject resource information.

Note:  When you update an unlinked subproject from within the master project, the original subproject file will not show this change.

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Download file excel SAP Material management Tcodes, transaction code


download material management Tcodes, transaction code excel  material-management-tcodes



Process/Sub-process Area SAP Transaction Codes


Purchase Order
Create PO – General ME21N
Change PO ME22N
Release PO ME28
Display PO ME23N
Inbound Delivery Display VL33N
List Display PO ME2N
List Display PO General ME2K

Purchase Requisition
Create Purchase Requisition – General ME51N
Change Purchase Requisition ME22N
Display Purchase Requisition ME53N
List Display PR ME5A
List Display PR General ME5K
Follow on Function Assign ME56
Follow on Function Create Via Assignment List ME58
Change Purchase Requisition ME52N
Purchase Requisitions for Project ME5J
Purch. Transactions by Tracking No. MELB
Assign and Process Requisitions ME57
Automatic Generation of POs ME59
Release Purchase Requisition ME54
Collective Release of Purchase Reqs. ME55
Release Reminder: Purch. Requisition ME5F

Master Data
Create Info Record ME11
Change Info Record ME12
Display Info Record ME13
Changes Info Record ME14
Create Source List ME05
Maintain Approved Manufacturer Part MP01
Display Source List ME03
Display Changes Source List ME04
Delete Source List ME07
Display AMPL MP02

Inventory Management
Goods Movement
Goods Receipt – General MIGO_GR
Goods Issue – General MIGO_GI
Stock Transfer – Transfer Posting MB1B
Other Goods Receipts MB1C
Output Processing for Mat. Documents MB90
ABC Analysis for Cycle Counting MIBC

Create Reservation MB21
Reservation List MB25
Change Reservation MB22
Display Reservation MB23
Reservations by Material MB24
Return Delivery per Mat. Document MBRL


Stock/Requirement List MD04
Stock In Transit MB5T
warehouse Stock MB52
Stock Overview MMBE
Stock for Posting date MB5B
List Display Material Document MB51
Plant Availability MB53
Material Document
Display MB03

Physical Inventory
Create Physical Inventory Document MI01
Change Physical Inventory Document MI02
Display Physical Inventory Document MI03
Batch Input: Create Phys. Inv. Doc. MI31
Batch Input: Block Material MI32
Batch Input: Freeze Book Inv.Balance MI33
Btch Inpt:Ph.Inv.Docs.for Cycle Ctng MICN
Batch Input: Ph.Inv.Doc.Vendor Cons. MIK1
Batch Input: PhInvDoc. Project Stock MIQ1
Create Physical Inventory Document MI01
Change Physical Inventory Document MI02
Display Physical Inventory Document MI03
Batch Input: Create Phys. Inv. Doc. MI31
Batch Input: Block Material MI32
Batch Input: Freeze Book Inv.Balance MI33
Btch Inpt:Ph.Inv.Docs.for Cycle Ctng MICN
Batch Input: Ph.Inv.Doc.Vendor Cons. MIK1
Batch Input: PhInvDoc. Project Stock MIQ1
Create Physical Inventory Document MI01
Change Physical Inventory Document MI02
Display Physical Inventory Document MI03
Batch Input: Create Phys. Inv. Doc. MI31
Batch Input: Block Material MI32
Batch Input: Freeze Book Inv.Balance MI33
Btch Inpt:Ph.Inv.Docs.for Cycle Ctng MICN
Batch Input: Ph.Inv.Doc.Vendor Cons. MIK1
Batch Input: PhInvDoc. Project Stock MIQ1
Change Inventory Count MI05
Display Inventory Count MI06
Enter Inventory Count w/o Document MI09
Batch Input: Enter Count MI34
Batch Input: Post Zero Stock Balance MI35
Batch Input: Count and Differences MI38
Batch Input: Document and Count MI39
Batch Input: Doc., Count and Diff. MI40
Create List of Differences with Doc. MI08
Create List of Differences w/o Doc. MI10
Print List of Differences MI20
Physical Inventory Document Recount MI11
Process List of Differences MI07
Batch Input: Post Differences MI37

Inventory Count
Enter MI04

Post MI07
Difference List MI20
Physical Inventory Document
Print MI21

Physical Inventory Document for Material MI22
Material Master
Create Material Master MM01
Change Material Master MM02
Display material MM03
Flag for Deletion Material MM06
List Extendable Materials MM50
Create Operating Supplies MMI1
Create Non Stock Material  MMN1
Create Service MMS1
Create Non Valuated Material MMU1

Material List MM60
Service Entry Sheet
Maintain Service Entry Sheets ML81N
Print /Transmit Service Entry Sheets ML83
Material Requirement Planning
Planning Single Item Single Level MD03
Total Planning Background MDBT
Service Master
Create Service Master AC03
Service List AC06
Service Condition for Service ML45
Change Service Condition for Service ML46
Display Service Condition for Service ML47
Service Condition for Vendor With Plant ML33
Change Service Condition for Vendor With Plant ML34
Display Service Condition for Vendor With Plant ML35
Service Condition for Vendor Without Plant ML39
Change Service Condition for Vendor Without Plant ML40
Display Service Condition for Vendor Without Plant ML41
Central Function
Master Data
Characteristics CT04
Classes CL02