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Transfer Progress between 2 Programmes

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Mike planner
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Hello All, 

 

I have progresss a programme and added some new activities as Rev 08, progressed as at 14-Feb-20 

However, my previous progress is Rev 07, which was progressed on the 17-Jan-20. 

Can i know if there is a quick method that i can transfer my progress from Rev 08 to Rev 07a? 

 

Many thanks

Mike 

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Zoltan Palffy
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open Rev 8 and make rev 7 a baseline

then select maintain baselines and select update

then from here you can choose what to update all activities or a filter or additional update options under Update options 

pick and choose what to update 

when you are done select Restore to put REV7 back into the selectable projects

Alexandre Faulx-B...
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Hello Mike,

I would rather export both schedules to Excel with all the necessary fields, make the adjustments there, then re-import the "new" schedule into P6

Alexandre

Mike planner
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Hmnn... not that easy, because i have changed some duration and logic. 

I am wondering if its possible to open 2 programmes and use the global change to transfer the progress from 1 WBS to another 

 

Many thanks

Mike 

Santosh Bhat
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Don't you just make a copy of Rev 08 and then delete the new activities?

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