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DURATION CHANGE IN DECIMAL. RRS feed

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  • Experience4share --
     
    You cannot force Microsoft Project 2010 to not show decimals in the Duration.  The software is very precise in scheduling tasks, tracking everything at the one-minute level, and then converting it to Days in the Duration column and Hours in the Work column.  The best you can do is to create a custom Duration column where you round off the Duration value, but I do not recommend this.  Instead, live with Duration values that show a decimal point, and be happy that the software is tracking everything so accurately.  Hope this helps.

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    Monday, October 22, 2012 1:42 PM
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