Ms project percent complete not updating
The only change I am making is changing the % Complete of a task to 100.It moves the finish date of the overall project and changes task dates for other tasks.The same thing happens when I change a resource on a task.
In a case like this, the difference between the two percentages would be huge.This article will explore the meanings of these two fields and explain why they are different and why they often appear to be the same.If a task has a duration of three days and one and a half days have been completed (one and a half days of days actual duration), then the Percent Complete will be 50 percent because 1.5/3 = .50. A task with 40 hours of work and 24 hours of actual work will have a PWC of 60 percent because 24/40 = .60.It does not change the date of the task that I marked as 100%, as expected.
When others make this change, the dates do not change.
Two features that are often misunderstood can help with this tracking: Percent Complete and Percent Work Complete.
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