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MS Project: Available successor identification

MS Project: Available successor identification

MS Project: Available successor identification

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Hi - Does anyone know a way of easily identifying all of the tasks that are available to start at that very moment as a result of all dependants being completed, whether on-time or early.  

As an example, Task-A is scheduled at 5-days Duration, and is a predecessor of Task-B.  By default, Task-B's Start Date is therefore Day-6.  However, if Task-A is completed
early - say on Day-3 - there doesn't appear to be a way of identifying on Day-4 what tasks can start.  

Setting a Constraint of ASAP only seems to alter the Start Date if it's predecessor [Task-A] is rescheduled to end early.  But if Task-A's '%Complete' is set to 100%, Task-B's Start Date still remains at Day-6, not Day-4.  

I ideally want a Report of some sort that I can produce, listing all tasks that can now start.
Hope all this makes some sense!  Any help would be much appreciated!!

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