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How to jump to a date in P6

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Ehsan P
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Hi everyone,

We know there is a tab in MSP to jump to a date or activity. Do we have the same in P6 as well? appreciated your responses in advance.

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Helen Ward
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If you want to jump to the bar in the Gantt put your mouse next to the activity on Gantt and double click The timescale will jump to the bar.
Zoltan Palffy
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then add the start date to the front of the bar and the finish date to the end of the bar 

Ehsan P
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Thanks for the response. But with this method you can jump to activity not in Gant Chart. I want to jump in Gant Chart like waht we have in MSP.

thanks,

Zoltan Palffy
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you can always use the control-F find function

Jerome Odeh
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Ehsan,

Enable Activity Details form and go to the Relationship tab. Select the activity you want to "jump to" and click on the GoTo button.

=jerome