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Inactivating a task

Inactivating a task: Microsoft Project 2013 Essential Training
Inactivating a task: Microsoft Project 2013 Essential Training

The benefits of inactivating tasks include creating alternative approaches to the same work and changing requests for unapproved projects. By making certain tasks inactive, you see them in your Microsoft Project 2013 file, but they don't affect your schedule and other factors. In this online tutorial on inactivating a task, learn how to look at a project as a whole to see how inactive tasks function, how to edit them and return them to active status.

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