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Project Management: Completing a Planner Task via the Web
Posted on Saturday, December 29 @ 11:21:48 EST by webadmin

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This is "Module 8 – Completing a Planner Task via the Web", which is part of a series on "How to Integrate Microsoft Project and Microsoft Planner".

53. Once a Planner task is complete, click on the task name, input the actual finish date as the Due date, then change the Progress value to Complete. Click on the x in the upper right to close

54. The task now appears within the Completed bucket

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