In Microsoft Project 2013, is there a way of showing "total duration taking account of non-business days", rather than simply "total number of business days"?
For example (using a standard calendar): If I were to enter a sequence of 260 tasks, each of which takes 1 day, and each of which follows on consecutively from the previous (Task A then Task B then Task C etc), then the total duration calculated by MS Project is 260 days.
At first glance this calculated duration appears to imply an overall duration of about 0.7 years (i.e. 260/365) because it only takes account of business days.
If resources will only be working during business hours, I would like to show that the duration is approximately 1 year.
Is this possible?