Application.DurationFormat method (Project)
Returns a duration in the specified units.
expression A variable that represents an Application object.
|Duration||Required||Variant||The duration to be expressed.|
|Units||Optional||Long||The units used to express the duration. Can be one of the PjFormatUnit constants.|
The time label that appears next to the duration uses the format specified by the ** timescale as:** setting on the Edit tab of the Options dialog box, where ** timescale** is "Minutes", "Hours", "Days", "Weeks", "Months", or "Years".
For example, if Duration is "2w", Units is pjDays, and the Days as: setting is "day", the DurationFormat method returns "10 days".
The following example displays the duration of the selected task in weeks.
Sub DurationInWeeks() MsgBox DurationFormat(ActiveCell.Task.Duration, pjWeeks) End Sub
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