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Difference between % Complete & % Work Complete RRS feed

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  • pvakl1024 --

    The formula for % Complete is:

    % Complete = (Actual Duration / Duration) x 100

    As you can see in the preceding formula, % Complete is actually % Duration Complete.  The formula for % Work Complete is:

    % Work Complete = (Actual Work / Work) x 100

    Hope this helps.


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