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See tasks that are affected when a date changes

See tasks that are affected when a date changes

See tasks that are affected when a date changes

(OP)
Hi there

Have a large project plan and need to change a couple of dates by a week. I want to easily see all other tasks that are impacted when I change this date. I thought there was a setting that highlights the affected tasks, but unfortunatly can't find it for the life of me!

Would appreciate your help

Many Thanks,
J

RE: See tasks that are affected when a date changes

(OP)
Actually found it! - Called change highlighting. Can be switched on or off using View from menu and "show change highlighting"

RE: See tasks that are affected when a date changes

Hi J

If you have 'predecessors' defined in your project schedule then the relationship of the change(s) to other tasks would automatically display.

Regards,
Dora

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