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Project help

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Is there any way in which i can make a certain time period unusable.  But i wish tasks to still be used before that time and then carry on with that task after.   E.g. if there is a strike.

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I don't know if there's a cleaner way, but why can't you set those days to be non-working in the project calendar?


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i know this sounds stupid but i tried looking for that option but couldnt find it.

RE: Project help

Go to Tools|Change Working Time

Select a date on the calendar and select your choice from the "Set selected date(s) to:" on the right hand side


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mmmm i am using 2003 and dont see that optuion, there isnt a right side it you understand me?

RE: Project help

HAHA i found it! it was under tools and change the work day.

Thanks alot pal you just saved about 10 students at uni from failing on our deadline tomorrow :)

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