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Change the task type for more accurate scheduling
Article The task type determines how a task moves when its duration, work, or units change.
Project Professional 2013, Project Standard 2013
The duration of a task changed when I assigned a resource
Article Show All Hide All Symptoms When you assign resources (resources: The people, equipment, and material that are used to complete tasks in a project.) to a task (t...
Project 2007
Change when a task becomes critical
Article Show All Hide All By default, Microsoft Office Project defines a task (task: An activity that has a beginning and an end. Project plans are made up of tasks.) a...
Project 2007
The duration for my task changed unexpectedly when I recalculated it in Microsoft Office Project 2007
Article Symptoms I opened a project in Microsoft Office Project 2007 that I created in Microsoft Office Project 2003. When I recalculated the project, the durations cha...
Change the task type Project uses to calculate task duration
Article Show All Hide All Project uses one of three task types (task type: A characterization of a task based on which aspect of the task is fixed and which aspects are...
Project 2007
Enter or change a task duration
Article Show All Hide All When you initially create a new task, Project 2007 gives the task an estimated duration (duration: The total span of active working time that ...
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