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    Regina OHare
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    I configured the timescale on my MS Project 2016 file to use a fiscal year that starts in October.
    I wish I could attach the screen shot. It looks something like this:

    2017 | 2018
    Q4 | Q1
    8/17 | 9/17 | 10/18 | 11/18
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    The months under Q1 2018 should be in calendar year 2017.

    This looks like a bug. Anyone know how to report it?

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    Regina
    This sounds like a question similar to a posting from a while back. Check out this entry to see if it answers your question.

    Can specific 2-week periods be set in the resource usage view timescale?


    It explains how MS Project sets the time intervals in the views which may not answer your question, but it will hopefully give you an understanding of how project sets the intervals.

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