3 responses to “Importing Data From Excel”

  1. Kyle Klemmer

    Is there an easy way to import 9000+ lines taken from SAP to excel, then to fast track where you don’t have to manually create relationships and WBS structures?

  2. Support 6 FastTrack Schedule

    Yes. You can import the relationships into the Predecessor or Successors column as part of the record. FastTrack Schedule should create the links between bars.

    FastTrack Schedule creates its own WBS after importing data, so you cannot import directly into the WBS column. However, it can create the WBS you desire if you format the data correctly. This would be best addressed in a phone call with our Tech Support Department. They can set up a screen share with you and work toward a solution.

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