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Old 08-13-2015, 02:58 AM
pascalbidouille pascalbidouille is offline Cost resource not taken in real cost Windows 7 64bit Cost resource not taken in real cost Office 2013
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Hello,

In my planning I have defined one resource called HW which I have defined as as cost resource.
I want to use this to log cost for some HW equipments.


So on some task I assigned this HW resource and give it the value of my equipments.
This price is correctly taken into the task cost.

Problem is that when I fill my progress this HW value is never added into the task real cost and so even when I define my task as 100% done I still have a remaining cost on this task with this value.
Have I done something wrong ?

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Old 08-21-2015, 01:25 PM
JulieS JulieS is offline Cost resource not taken in real cost Windows 7 64bit Cost resource not taken in real cost Office 2013
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You'll need to record the actual cost for the Hardware. Split your screen to show the task form - and when the task is 100% complete - enter the actual hardware costs in the task form formatted to show cost.
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