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]]>What I’m trying to do is to count scheduled hours for each task for range from the first and the last day of month (e.g. from 2019-12-01 to 2019-12-31).

So, I created field [Text1] with different statuses, where one of them is “Scheduled’. Then I created field of [Number] type and put the following formula there: IIf([Text1]=”Scheduled”;[Work]/60;”0″)

It does calculation for finish date but I need for range of one month. And I cannot figure out how to do that, what should I put in formula. Tried dozen of options already.

Is there a way to do that?

Thank you very much for any assistance.

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Task 1 > MS > Task 2

2) To use:

Task 1 > Task 2

Task 1 > MS

In the second example the MS would not be flagged as ‘critical’ even though Task 1 and Task 2 are. So i would like to use a formula to tag/flag the MS if the driving predecessor is critical.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

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and after the code

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% planned formula , gives result as 62.2548785% , how to make it integer for ex. 62% ?

Many thanks

Cheers,

`[Status Date]`

So, the revised formula for this portion would be:

`DateDiff("d",CDate([Baseline Start]),CDate([Status Date]))`