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MS Project - create a view that shows only a particular task's driving dependencies/driven successor

MS Project - create a view that shows only a particular task's driving dependencies/driven successor

MS Project - create a view that shows only a particular task's driving dependencies/driven successor

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Hello all. I know that MS Project 2016 has the facility to highlight (colour code) the Gantt bars that are driving dependencies or driven successors of a particular task and I find this a very useful thing. However, when these dependencies or successors are spread throughout a large POW, it is difficult to always find them and see the connections.

Therefore, is it possible to create a particular view (that could sit below a Gantt view, for example) that when a certain task is selected in the Gantt view, then the view below only shows the relevant driving dependencies and driven successors for the selected task? I think this would be very useful as a quick way of going through the POW to identify the key tasks.

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