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Task.Summary Property (Project)

office 365 dev account|Last Updated: 6/12/2017
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True if the task is a summary task. Read-only Boolean.

Syntax

expression. Summary

expression A variable that represents a Task object.

Example

The following example checks whether summary tasks in the active project have assignments.

Note Assignments should not be made on summary tasks.

Sub CheckAssignmentsOnSummaryTasks() 
 Dim tsk As Task 
 Dim message As String 
 Dim numAssignments As Integer 
 Dim numSummaryTasksWithAssignments As Integer 
 Dim msgStyle As VbMsgBoxStyle 

 message = "" 
 numSummaryTasksWithAssignments = 0 

 For Each tsk In ActiveProject.Tasks 
 If tsk.Summary Then 
 numAssignments = tsk.Assignments.Count 
 If numAssignments > 0 Then 
 message = message &; "Summary task ID (" &; tsk.ID &; "): " &; tsk.Name _ 
 &; ": " &; numAssignments &; " assignments" &; vbCrLf 
 numSummaryTasksWithAssignments = numSummaryTasksWithAssignments + 1 
 End If 
 End If 
 Next tsk 

 If numSummaryTasksWithAssignments > 0 Then 
 message = "There are " &; numSummaryTasksWithAssignments _ 
 &; " summary tasks that have assignments." &; vbCrLf &; vbCrLf &; message 
 msgStyle = vbExclamation 
 Else 
 message = "No summary tasks have assignments." 
 msgStyle = vbInformation 
 End If 

 MsgBox message, msgStyle, "Summary Task Check" 
End Sub
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