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FNLT and end dates

edited Feb 25, 2010 1:17PM in Daily Tips 6 comments

<p>We have a few features that give you more control over the task duration. They are the ability to enter a fixed start date for tasks, "Finish no later than" (FNLT) and "End datea€ for tasks.<br/><br/>1. Task start dates are normally system-calculated, based on project start date, assigned hours, predecessors, and lag times. On the a€œEdit taska€ form, however, we give you the ability to override the system-calculated start date by manually entering a fixed start date for the task.<br/><br/>2. The FNLT feature, if enabled, allows you to enter the date by which the task must be completed. Like the

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