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P6's crazy calendar

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John Reeves
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I date vs duration complications I cannot figure out.  I assume it is from the contractors's calendar.  I am going to import others to see.  But also, will all time be calculated correctly if I put the hours per time period at 8dy 40 wk 172 mo, 2000 a year.  It is odd p6 makes you do this because each month is a different amoun 30/31 dys month etc. Is there a source as to a good basic setting for 5 dy wk , 6dy wk, 7dy wk.  

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Zoltan Palffy
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no lazy calendar lazy scheduler 

make sure that the start of the project TIME is correct

make sure that the data date TIME is correct.

Make sure that on any constraints the TIME is correct

Zoltan Palffy
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no lazy calendar lazy scheduler 

make sure that the start of the project TIME is correct

make sure that the data date TIME is correct.

Make sure that on any constraints the TIME is correct