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Percent complete not rolling up to 100%

Percent complete not rolling up to 100%

Percent complete not rolling up to 100%

Suddenly, none of my tasks are rolling up to their parent. It must be some setting that I set, but it's impossible to figure out what it might be.

If you look at the screenshot, you'll see my test, where two subtasks rull up to a main task. The main task should show a %Complete of X percent, the Duration should show 15 days, the start date should show 12/1/2008, and the end date should show 12/12/2008. Instead the main task just shows default data that was originally entered. Also, you can normally edit the main tasks % Complete, but as you can see from the screenshot, it is disabled.

Does anyone know what the problem is? (see screenshot below)

[img http://files.engineering.com/getfile.aspx?folder=96e9929c-e9d6-43cf-b5a6-89ef310acb94&file=test.jpg]

RE: Percent complete not rolling up to 100%

Go to Tools, options, calculation - I think you turned off automatic calculation and set it to manual.  this is a per installation setting so you shut it off for all projects you look at on your system.  

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