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Hello, Whenever i want to fill in a number for percent complete to a task i have a problem.
Application Settings Set Status Date Locate tasks for updating Work = Units x Duration Updating Tasks without Resource Assignments Outline Codes for IMP/CWBS Updating Tasks with Resource Assignments Importing External Macros Customize Existing Ribbon Path Tracing (Manual Filter) Project Compare Report Excel Updates White Paper Microsoft Project has three measures of Percent Complete: Duration percent complete (%Complete), Work Percent Complete (%Work Complete) and Physical Percent Complete (Physical%Complete). The white paper attempts to explain the differences.
White Paper This is probably the most common question people ask and I am amazed why they do not know the answer. The denominator is the key and the units have to be consistent.
This white paper explains a little bit about putting stop lights in a Project file.
Bonnie walks you through how to set up a project for recording actual values, build custom views to make updates easy, manually update tasks and assignments, and import updates from Microsoft Excel.You can follow along with Project 2010, 2013, or 2016, using the free or premium versions of the exercise files. This course qualifies for professional development units (PDUs).To view the activity and PDU details for this course, click here.I have a task in MS Project that I need to update and it only lets me enter in 0% or 100%. It has one predecessor that is complete and is an 'Automatically Scheduled Task'.What could be preventing me from entering in something other thatn 100%? If so, then it will exhibit the behaviour you said because a milestone cannot be partially completed- It either is or it isn't!