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% Complete - Date Achieved

% Complete - Date Achieved

% Complete - Date Achieved

Hopefully this will ba nice easy one

I need to set overall project completion to a percentage, I then need the date when this will be achieved (theroetical)

Is there a simple way to achieve this ?

Many thanks


RE: % Complete - Date Achieved


Pct * ([Scheduled Project Finish] - [Scheduled Project Start]) + [Scheduled Project Start]


[Scheduled Project Start] * (Pct * ([Scheduled Project Finish] - 1) + 1)

Assuming the project actually started on the scheduled start date, otherwise you must shift the projected end date accordingly.


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RE: % Complete - Date Achieved



RE: % Complete - Date Achieved

You can use the update project command to update a series of tasks (or all tasks) as of a specific date. As Skip notes, % complete is a duration measurement in Project. It is calculated as [Actual Duration]/[duration]*100.

RE: % Complete - Date Achieved

You can always use the summary task and the project % complete will automatically be calculated for you without having to create code.

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