I am running Microsoft Project 2010. I manage several different projects that are all very similar in nature. My question is, is there a way to add a set amount of time between two tasks and it not reflect in the "Actual Duration" of the overall project. For example we do a "90 Day Follow Up" after the completion of a project. The "90 Day Follow Up" is still part of the project, but for those 90 Days we are not doing any work on the project. How can I set a lag time of 90 Days but not increase the the duration of the project drastically? I don't know if there is a way to do this, or a different field I should actually be looking at. Any insight would be appreciated!
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