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move all dates

move all dates

move all dates

is there a way to use an old schedule just by moving all dates forward on a task list

RE: move all dates

But not just by one click

1) Highlight the Start date Column At the top.
2) Right Mouse Click.
3) Copy
4) Open Excel
5) Paste Special - Values (the contents into a excel column)
6) In the coulmn next to the figures assuming the first cell is A1 type "=A1+x" where x is the number of days you want to move the project forward.
7) copy this new cell down the column until you are at the bottom of the dates
8) Highlight the new dates
9) Copy them
10) paste them back into the start date column in MSP.

Hey Presto !

Any Probs let me know.


RE: move all dates

Dear Blooda
Open The toolbar "Analysis" in MS Project. On this toolbar you wil find "Adjust Dates". This function will move your project to the required date.
Hope this is what you need?


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