Remarks If you enter only the task ID number in the Predecessors field, Project assumes a finish-to-start dependency with zero lag time.
This means that task 14 is a predecessor of this task, with a finish-to-start dependency and a three-day lag time.
Before this task can start, it must wait three days after the finish of task 14.
Inter-project dependencies are not associated with specific tasks.
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When a task in one project has an external dependency on a task in another project, you should review and update that dependency periodically to make sure that the dependent task isn't affecting your project's critical path.
After dependencies are updated, you can filter your tasks to show only those that have external dependencies.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. Data Type Integer List Entry Type Entered Description The Predecessors field lists the task ID numbers for the predecessor tasks on which the task depends before it can be started or finished.An example is: C:\My Documents\Bldg_E_Construction.mppFF. I'm using project to schedule out a production chart for 64 units of the same vehicle.Usually I can manually enter "line no"FS without any trouble. Susie Hi Susie, One thing to check is that you have no constraint on the date for your Final Paint task, make sure it is set to "as soon as possible" and that the constraint date says "NA".