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See task relationships with Task Path
Some of the predecessor tasks directly drive the scheduling of task 29, and are
referred to as driving predecessors (task 24 is one example). Other predecessor tasks
have some amount of slack between them and task 29 (task 27 for example).
In addition to predecessor highlighting, you can also use Task Path to highlight the
selected task’s successor tasks.
With task 29 still selected, on the Format tab, in Bar Styles group, click Task Path and
then Successors .
Project applies a light purple highlight formatting to the Gantt bars of this task’s
successor tasks. These are tasks 30 and 31.