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Late/outstanding works report

Late/outstanding works report

Late/outstanding works report

Hi  all
I have to make a list of late/outstanding activities
My Msp program has not any baseline saved  it is updated by people at the workshop thay only update the complete % so there are many actuals in future or  remaining work in the past I've been asked to create a filter to report late activities without changing the program.

Therefore I made the following filter:
start       is less than or equal to     "status date"?
and    Actual start    equals    NA

finish      is less than or equal to     "Status date"?
and    Actual finish    equals    NA

 resume    is less than    "status date"?
 and    complete%    does not equal     100%

I have 2 questions
1- Does it filter all late/outstanding activities?

2- With this filter the user is being asked 3 time to enter status date is there a way for only asking once?

Thank you

RE: Late/outstanding works report

You might try this.  Insert a text column.  Name that column: Theoretical % Complete.  Then copy in this formula:

ProjDateDiff([Start date];Date();[Project Calendar]))*100)/([Duration]

Now you can compare % Complete and Theoretical % Complete to see the variance.

Hope this helps!!

J Black

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