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Splitting a task

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

When you want to schedule work in between two tasks or deal with a resource over allocation issue, splitting a task in Microsoft Project 2013 helps. For example, if your schedule has identified "additional costs" and "hiring contractors" at the same time, a split enables you to break from identifying additional costs to hire contractors. In this online tutorial, learn about the process for splitting a task and other scheduling approaches.

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