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Old 09-24-2018, 12:40 AM
Patrick Geers Patrick Geers is offline Tasks cannot be linked Windows 7 64bit Tasks cannot be linked Office 2016
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I have several tasks within a WBS.


These tasks have no linked tasks (no predecessors and no successors).
The WBS however is linked to other WBS's (1 predecessor and 1 successor).


I want to link the tasks within the WBS but get the message:
"These tasks can't be linked because they're already linked through another task chain"


Again these task do not have any successors nor predecessors, their WBS does.


I expect to be able to link these tasks within the WBS.
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Old 03-06-2019, 01:33 PM
Guloluseus Guloluseus is offline Tasks cannot be linked Windows 7 64bit Tasks cannot be linked Office 2010 32bit
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Take out the WBS links- they are bad practice, and make problems like this a lot more likely. It should always be tasks linked, a WBS is a cover all for other items, and as such has no actual presence.
There is no reason you cant have a milestone at the end of a WBS as a task and use this, but the actual WBS xauses more problems than anything else.
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