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Thu 26 Apr 2007, 13:37 replyReply Delegate Kirsten said...

Kirsten has attended:
Project Intro Intermediate course

Inherited documents

What could the possible problems be for a document that you inherited from someone else where tasks within the document cannot be linked even though there are constraints?

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Fri 4 May 2007, 14:02 replyReply Trainer Andrew said...

RE: Inherited documents

Hi Kirsten - thanks for your question. We need a little more information in order to answer your query.

Could you try the following: double click on a task and in the dialog box that appears choose the Predecessors tab. Are you able to choose predecessors for your task at this point?

Thanks

Andrew


 

Ms project tip:

Using the Quick Access Toolbar in Project 2010

The Quick Access Toolbar is included in virtually every Office product, including Project 2010 as well as Outlook 2010, Word 2010, Excel 2010, and PowerPoint 2010.

You will find the Quick Access Toolbar in the top-left side of the window. To begin, click the Customize button (it's the little black arrow at the end of the toolbar).

Simply click the commands you want to include.

Virtually any command can be added to the Quick Access Toolbar. Click the More Commands option and a new window will open from where you can browse the commands including those not on the ribbon.

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