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MS Project 2003 Estimated Start Date


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drsnet41

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When I use MS Project 2003 to start a new project the program always defaults to a start date of 8/16/2003. I realize I'm then required to set the actual start date for my project.

I'm trying to figure out where this 8/16/2003 date comes from so I can change it to something from this year. It' kind of a pain flipping through dozens of months to get a project to start in the current month.

Another issue is with the gantt chart. Even though my project starts in Feb of this year, the gantt chart starts 8/16/2003 and remains blank until I scroll all the way over to this year.

Where is this 2003 date coming from and how do I change it permanently?
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The setting you need is located in the dropdown menus
Project - Project Information - Start Date

Hope this helps

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