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    Misty Hulbert
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    Team,

    I don’t agree with this concept since I believe it could give a false indication of health but I have a customer who is adamant despite my explanation.

    I need help in creating a formula that will calculate the planned % complete daily so I may compare it to the actual % complete. I am challenged on how to accomplish this task so that it considers the current date. Any help is appreciated.

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    Larry Christofaro
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    Hi Misty. I’m not sure if this helps but have you looked into using the Earned Value data? They compare actual to planned progress with a plus/minus dollar value. There’s a lot to using EV, but it conceptually provides the solution. If you’re interested I’d suggest reading up on it and the specific columns provided within Microsoft Project. Good luck…

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