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MS Project 2013

There are 8 Task Constraints.

Constraint Constraint Description


type name

Task is scheduled as late as possible with the task


As Late As ending before the project ends and without delaying
Possible (ALAP) subsequent tasks. Default constraint when you
schedule from the project finish date. Do not enter a
Flexible task start or finish date with this constraint.

As Soon As Task is scheduled to begin as early as possible.


Possible (ASAP) Default constraint when you schedule from the
project start date. Do not enter a start or finish date
with this constraint.

Start No Earlier Task is scheduled to start on or after a specified date.


Than (SNET)

Semi-
Flexible Finish No Earlier Task is scheduled to finish on or after a specified
Than (FNET) date.

Start No Later Task is scheduled to start on or before a specified


Than (SNLT) date.

Finish No Later Task is scheduled to finish on or before a specified


Than (FNLT) date.

Must Finish On Task is scheduled to finish on a specified date.


Inflexible (MFO)

Must Start On Task is scheduled to start on a specified date.


(MSO)

Click Task Tab -> double-click the required Task under Task Name column -> Task
Information dialog box opens -> Advanced Tab.

Click dropdown box for Constraint type. Choose the constraint you would like to
apply.

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