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MS Project 2013 Cosntraint Type

Posted on 2015-01-11
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i'd like to know why you have to be in the Auto Scheduled in order to be able to use the constraint type option. Thx
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Because with manual scheduling, you place a task wherever you want. Therefore, nothing else matters, including constraints.

See https://support.office.com/en-ie/article/How-Project-schedules-tasks-Behind-the-scenes-df3431ab-8d8a-4047-afc6-a87b547dbac0 for more details.
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