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As you suggested, I asked someone with MS Project 2010 to open the file and tell me what the float value is for a couple of tasks.
In Project 2013, on my computer, Task 8 has 266d float. When my friend saved the file to his desktop and opened it, Task 8 showed 32d float.
On my machine, Task 64 has 77.8w float. My friend said the task had 30.8w float.
If I delete the logic and re-enter the task relationships, I’ll see the lower (correct) float values. Do you have any idea why Project 2013 is not auto-calculating the correct float value?
I may request to go back to Project 2010 but I’m not sure my corporate IT group would support that. I appreciate any suggestions that you might have.
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