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Microsoft project updating progress

Let’s suppose that I have collated progress information up to Friday Feb 24 2012 and am entering it on Wednesday Feb 29. On the Project tab, in the Status group, select Status Date. The Task Details Form for the selected taskis displayed.

Now look towards the right of the Task Details Form. If a task is not complete but is in progress, the Actual Start Date can be recorded but not the Actual Finish Date, and the % Complete can be recorded as a percentage other than 100%. It was due to finish on Friday, but has been delayed and was only 50% complete on the status date.

There are a couple of quick options for tracking progress that can be useful. On the Task tab, in the Schedule group, click the 50% button.

After you change the indent of the tasks in Project 2016 and synchronize the tasks with Share Point, the indent setting isn't synchronized correctly.

In this situation, the protected baseline (baseline 0 – baseline 5) data is pasted.

Below you can see a set of radio buttons with , indicating that these have not yet been recorded. The task is now recorded as being complete, and if you look at the Gantt Chart you will see a tick to indicate this.

Use the date selectors to record the actual start and finish dates as Feb 13 and Feb 14 respectively. Using the Next and Previous buttons on the Task Details Form it is possible to go through the whole schedule recording progress in this way.

November 1, 2016, update for Project 2016 (KB3127960) Win version: 16.0.4456.1003 Fixes the following issues: In this situation, you can't delete the calendar because you are told that it is in use.

After you install this update, you can now go to the projects in which the calendar is used, and use the organizer to delete it.

For example, staff may complete timesheets at the end of a working week (Friday) and then you enter the information on the following Monday.

In this case, the information you are entering is already a little out of date. On the Task tab, in the Properties group, click Details.

I have noticed that in 2016 we don’t do a good job of displaying the version and in File, Account, About Project we only display the MSO version and not the specific Project version (You can confirm this by looking at the version of – in (default for 32 bit) C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office16) If you are running a click to run installation - such as Project Pro for Office 365 see for details of the update schedules - but the version numbers and fixes should be roughly in line with the CU releases below.