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Microsoft® Office Project 2007 Inside Out by Teresa S. Stover

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Seeing Feedback on Scheduling Changes

Sometimes you make a simple change to your project schedule, for example, you might increase a duration, change a task dependency, or add a date constraint, and something unexpected happens to the scheduling of the selected task. Sometimes there are several ripple-effect changes throughout the schedule. This can be a source of frustration for project managers, especially those new to Microsoft Project.

It’s important to understand that one of the primary responsibilities of Microsoft Project is to handle all the schedule calculations so you don’t have to. However, as the project manager, it’s also important that Microsoft Project provide you with needed information when such recalculations are made or when ...

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