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Old 02-27-2017, 08:59 AM
agedwisdom agedwisdom is offline Is there a way to disregard hours? Windows 7 64bit Is there a way to disregard hours? Office 2016
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I used to schedule on Primavera 8.3.3, and I could simply enter start, finish and the task would populate on those days. I am new to Project and am trying to put together a simple schedule. Is there any way to make it measure by full days and not fractions?



In the picture below, I would rather it said 3 days.

We are working 4/10's 8-6
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Old 02-27-2017, 01:01 PM
JulieS JulieS is offline Is there a way to disregard hours? Windows 10 Is there a way to disregard hours? Office 2016
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You need to set your options up correctly. If a day is 10 hours, both your calendar and the "hours per day" setting need to be correct.
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