Microsoft KB Archive/170704
Article ID: 170704
Article Last Modified on 1/20/2007
- Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007
- Microsoft Office Project Standard 2007
- Microsoft Office Project Professional 2003
- Microsoft Office Project Standard 2003
- Microsoft Project 2002 Professional Edition
- Microsoft Project 2002 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Project 2000 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Project 98 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q170704
When you assign actual hours of work to an assignment in Microsoft Project, the Percent Complete for the current time period is not updated correctly.
Microsoft Project bases the Percent Complete on the minimum of the assignment stop dates. Therefore, it appears to calculate the Percent Complete incorrectly until all assignments in the same time period have been assigned an Actual Work value.
NOTE: When you enter Actual Work values for an assignment on the first day of a task, the Percent Complete column will calculate correctly and you will not have to enter Actual Work for all assignments in that time period.
To correctly show the Percent Complete for a given day of a task, make sure that you enter Actual Work values for all assignments on that day.
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in the versions of Microsoft Project that are listed in the "Applies to" section.
Additional query words: prj2000 PRJ PRJ2003 PRJ2002 PRJ2007
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