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Need to view current vs. original schedule

Need to view current vs. original schedule

Need to view current vs. original schedule

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When I look at my current vs. baseline layout, it shows activities before the data date as original vs. actual, & activities after the data date with the baseline bars sliding with the updated schedule.  Is there a layout that shows original(baseline) vs. current schedule? (before & after the data date).
 

If not, can I copy the original schedule activities & paste them into the updated schedule?

RE: Need to view current vs. original schedule

I am not clear as to what you are trying to do, but here goes:
The baseline bars not marked as actual starts WILL move with the data date.  Be sure that the baseline is attached.  Once it is, the baseline bars will not move with the data date.  I just replicated it on several of my projects.
Also, copying the original schedule activities & pasting them into the updated schedule  will just duplicate your activities and confue you!

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