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See task relationships with Task Path
Now you’ll more easily see the results of your next actions.
Click the name of task 29, Send to color house .
You’d like to identify this task’s predecessor and successor tasks.
On the Format tab, in Bar Styles group, click Task Path and then click Predecessors .
Project applies a gold highlight formatting to the Gantt bars of task 29’s predecessor
As you can see in the view, task 29 has a chain of predecessor tasks. Next you’ll take a
closer look at the predecessor tasks that directly affect the scheduling of task 29.
On the Format tab, in the Bar Styles group, click Task Path and then click Driving
Project applies a dark orange highlight formatting to the Gantt bars of this task’s
driving predecessor tasks.