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Lag and Original Duration

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Larry Cahn
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I need to have an excel spreadsheet that lists all activities original duraion as well as lags.

I've tried numerous was of P6 exporting to excel, filtering/formatting within P6 to copy and paste in excel, but am unable to find a way to get both the original durations and lags on one spreadsheet.

Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks!


Zoltan Palffy
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Santosh has the solution

Santosh Bhat
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  1. Open the project
  3. Select both Activities and Activity Relationships
  4. The default Export template should be sufficient for what you need
  5. Select a locaiton to export the XLS file to
  6. Open the XLS file
  7. There is one tab for the activity infomration where you'll find duraton
  8. There is a second tab that lists all Relationships inlcuding lags
  9. Use VLOOUP to match the predecessor ID in the relationships tab to the duration in the activity tab
Johannes Vandenberg
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Hi Larry

You can use the 'Reports' feature for all the relationships in the schedule. Also the lags.

Go to Tools < reports and then select report AD-02 activity relationships.

Regards Johannes

PT Thomas
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Export to MS project and add column for successor or predecessor you fill get lag and original duration in one sheet