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RE: PROJECT FEILD
Thank Your for your question
I assume you would like to see an percentage complete figure for the overall project
If you click on Tool-Options-General and tick the "Show Project Summary task" tick box. This will add a summary task at the top of your Gantt chart whch shows data for the entire project.
You can the add the "% Complete" field in the Gantt chart by right clicking on any column head, selecting insert column and choosing % complete in the "field" combo box of the resulting dialog.
Hope this is useful
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Ms project tip:
Gantt Charts was first Invented by Henry Gantt (1861-1919) while planning the construction of U.S. Navy ships during WWI.hence the name Gantt Charts