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Linking tasks

Linking tasks: Microsoft Project 2013 Essential Training
Linking tasks: Microsoft Project 2013 Essential Training

Tasks in Microsoft Office Project have relationships with one another. In other words, some tasks are parent tasks and others are child tasks. This video explains the relationships tasks can have with one another, as well as how to display task predecessor and successors. Learn the three ways to link one or more tasks together to create a relationship or dependency with one another in this online tutorial.

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