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LVanpelt LVanpelt is offline Trying to show Actual v. Estimated Progress Windows 7 64bit Trying to show Actual v. Estimated Progress Office 2016
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I am trying to show the course of a project where the critical path was not followed by another trade and how that messed with our job progress. I am new to Project so I can create a schedule and critical path, but I cannot do anything else. I attached the chart showing the planned progress, and one showing the actual progress. Thanks.
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