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If I know how long approximately each module/task takes, how do I create future schedules?

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    Question If I know how long approximately each module/task takes, how do I create future schedules?

    Good morning,
    I am trying to build out a smart schedule, that includes different modules or tasks. If I know how long approximately each module/task takes, how do I then create future schedules? Also, I would like to then be able to tell how far off schedule we were when there are delays or issues.
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    Re: If I know how long approximately each module/task takes, how do I create future schedu

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