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ashelybrown

@ashelybrown

Active 1 month, 3 weeks ago
  • I think the confusion your seeing is based on the way we (people) think of % complete and the way MS Project actually calculates it. As per MS:

    “The % Complete fields contain the current status of a task, expressed as the percentage of the task’s duration that has been completed. You can enter percent complete, or you can have Project cal…[Read more]

  • What confuses me is that the % complete values it seems to be using would be accurate if I had about 120 hours of work on the task (i.e. 100% for the 3 weeks duration). But since I only have 18 hours of work for the task, I would think that when I enter Actual Work = 9 hours it should mark the task 50% complete (or vice versa if I mark the task…[Read more]