Add text boxes with titles and hyperlinks
- [Voiceover] Now that we have the Report Center created…with some images we want to continue to create navigation…to use with the buttons as well as with the images.…I'm going to take a button that I created to get from…one report to the other.…We'll use these as well as using the images…to get from the Report Center to the various reports.…I want to move that button over to the right…so that it's off the screen so if I print…on any of the reports, it won't show.…I'm going to continue to select all the items within…the Report Center and I'm going to move them up…so they're no longer clipped off the screen…on the bottom.…
So I'm using my arrow keys to move those up…within the Report Center.…I now have my task overview however it's going to be…rather large when I, the text will display rather large…rather, if I continue to use that for my phases…and milestones.…So they'll probably get cut off.…So to do that, to get 'em to all match up equally,…I'm gonna change the text to a size 11 by selecting…it and clicking on it.…
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- Identify three tools available with Microsoft Project.
- Summarize how to change the fields within chart elements.
- Explain how to build a phases and milestones report.
- Determine which chart style would be most effective for displaying a particular report.
- Recall how to add a baseline cost to a cost overview chart.
- Explain how to create a single file where you can view reports across all active projects in a single dashboard view.