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Old 06-08-2010, 06:19 AM
bzeyger bzeyger is offline Stop the % Complete of subatasks from counting against the Main task Windows XP Stop the % Complete of subatasks from counting against the Main task Office 2007
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Question Stop the % Complete of subatasks from counting against the Main task

Hello,
Is there a way to have a subtask not calculate the % Complete against the Main task?
I have a Task that has multiple subtasks underneath. There are a few that will always have 0%. This will have an effect on the overall completion of the Main Task. I would like to have somne of the subtasks that have 0% values not count against the overall completion of the project.
Example:
Test 67%
Quiz 1 100%


Quiz 2 100%
Review 0%
I would like the Review portion to stay at 0% but not count against the Test.
The Test % Complete should be 100%.
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