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changes or a portion of them at once. Because you often want to try out
several changes when finalizing or making adjustments to a project — for
example, changing the timing of several tasks or the hourly rates of several
resources — Multiple Undo is very handy.
You do have to undo all changes in order. For example, if you made five
changes and you want to undo the fourth change, you have to undo changes
one through four. To undo a change, click the down arrow of the Undo button
on the Standard toolbar and then choose the change you want to undo (see
Figure 10-9). That change and all others you performed subsequent to it are
undone.
Highlighting changes
Another useful tool you can use to see how changes you make to
finetune your project schedule have an impact on your project is Change
Highlighting. You can toggle this feature on and off by clicking the Show
Change Highlighting/Hide Change Highlighting button on the Standard
toolbar. When you turn Change Highlighting on and take any action to change
your project’s schedule, a highlight appears on every task that the change
has had an impact on (see Figure 10-10).
Figure 10-8:
The Task
Drivers
pane shows
you the
influences
on your
task’s
timing.
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