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Hour 4. Turning the Task List into a Sch... > Understanding How Tasks are Schedule...

Understanding How Tasks are Scheduled

As soon as you enter a new task in your project, Microsoft Project immediately places it on the schedule calendar. Exactly where it gets placed depends on whether your project is scheduled from a fixed start date or from a fixed finish date. These and other factors controlling the scheduling of tasks are in the following list, which includes several new terms. They will be defined more precisely in the extended coverage for each factor—in most cases, later in this Hour.

Figure 4.3. Sometimes displaying the time of day with dates helps you understand peculiarities in the schedule.



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