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Generating an Early, Late, & Planned Curve in P6

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Melissa Schiller
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In P3, users could produce an Early, Late, & Planned Curve.  P6 doesn't do this. 

I am able to produce an Early & Late Resource curve by copy/pasting the data from the resource assignments view into an excel spreadsheet, but I cannot produce a planned curve.

I am curious to know what others are doing to generate a planned curve from P6 without simply taking the average of the early & late units. 


Raymund de Laza
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The early dates of your Baseline or Initial Schedule represents the Planned.
Use the Baseline to generate the required curve.

mohd mofaz
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Go to resource graph on the task bar in P6. Then right click on the graph to customize according to what you want.