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Task.StartVariance Property (Project)

office 365 dev account|Last Updated: 6/12/2017
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Gets the variance (in minutes) between the baseline start date and the start date of the task. Read-only Variant.

Syntax

expression. StartVariance

expression A variable that represents a Task object.

Example

The following example displays the number of tasks and task names in the active project that have started late.

Sub CountLateTasks() 

 Dim t As Task 
 Dim numLateTasks As Long 
 Dim lateTasks As String 
 Dim daysLate As Single 

 numLateTasks = 0 

 ' Look for late tasks in the active project. 
 For Each t In ActiveProject.Tasks 
 If t.BaselineStart < ActiveProject.CurrentDate And t.StartVariance > 0 Then 
 numLateTasks = numLateTasks + 1 
 daysLate = Round(t.StartVariance / 1440, 1) 
 lateTasks = lateTasks &; vbCrLf &; vbTab &; t.Name _ 
 &; ": " &; daysLate &; " days" 
 End If 
 Next t 

 MsgBox "There are " &; numLateTasks &; " late tasks in this project: " &; lateTasks 

End Sub
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