Creating a task calendar for a project with multiple due dates?

mjmtsu

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  1. 365
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Hello,

I am working on an event project that spans multiple systems and I would like to create an excel spreadsheet that will allow me to insert the date of the event, and based off the timelines for the completion of tasks be able to provide the "goal deadline ". I was thinking of having all the tasks listed out in one column, and then the timelines in another column.

For example: The event date is 6/22. If the task is "send one week reminder" and I have it listed as a task that should take place 7 days before the event date- I would like excel to populate 6/15 in the "goal deadline" column for me to complete the task.

I have about 50+ tasks that I need to keep track of with various deadlines and this would be huge in helping layout what needs to happen when.

Thanks in advance!
 

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