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Old 04-18-2019, 08:59 PM
tiffypoppy tiffypoppy is offline Slack on Critical Path?? Windows 10 Slack on Critical Path?? Office 2016
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Hi, I have a project that is pretty complicated with many linking tasks. The critical path contains tasks that have slack and changing the dates/duration does not in fact change the end date of the project. The critical path is unnecessarily highlighting many tasks that are not in fact critical. Does any one have any suggestions as to why this might be and what I could try to remedy this.



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Old 05-17-2019, 04:30 AM
Planner18 Planner18 is offline Slack on Critical Path?? Windows 8 Slack on Critical Path?? Office 2010 32bit
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To see the true critical path, in project go to file / options / advanced, scroll to the bottom and uncheck ‘Calculate multiple critical paths’

All tasks must be linked, set to auto-schedule and have no links to summary activities/tasks.

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