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Old 03-03-2017, 11:48 AM
magnus1982 magnus1982 is offline Task order - dependencys Windows 10 Task order - dependencys Office 2016
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On the beginning sorry form my English.

I just stared work with MS Project.

My question is :

When i have task A (start on 13.03 and finish on 15.03 -3days ) and task B and i am setting dependency to task A Ms Project automaticity setting start date as 15.03.
I can't understand that . if I set 3days that is 13/14/15 then next task should start automatically at 16.03 not 15.03.

Please help
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Old 03-04-2017, 08:45 AM
JulieS JulieS is offline Task order - dependencys Windows 10 Task order - dependencys Office 2016
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My guess is that there is a mis-match between your calendar and your definition of hours per day in Project. Turn on the display of time in File > Options, General. My guess is that you have dropped the definition of "hours per day" to below 8. However, the calendar still allows more than those hours for working time.
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