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MS Project 2003 Gantt Chart Out of Date

MS Project 2003 Gantt Chart Out of Date

MS Project 2003 Gantt Chart Out of Date

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I have been struggling for a while and haven't found information after searching the internet. I have a problem with a MS Project 2003 (.mpp) file. The file, when opened, always reverts back to year 2002 in the Gantt chart, no matter how it was saved. I have browsed global file, but don't think the options are there to correct the problem. I am using a template for resources, pay, etc, but don't know if that is the reason for this problem. I want the file so that when it is opened the first task date is always visible in the Gantt chart. Does anyone know how to fix this issue? I would appreciate any help. I could also send the problematic file if anyone needs to interogate it. Thanks!

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