Create a new report and filter to show the tasks for a specific person
- [Voiceover] We're gonna build a new report…that's specific to team members…so they'll be able to understand which tasks I do each week…and any previous weeks that have not been completed.…So we're going to go to the Report ribbon…and select New Report, table report.…Since we're mostly interested in a task list,…this is a good report for that,…so we'll select and name our report Team Member.…And press OK.…It populates this particular report…with our table as well as a header.…
We'll click and drag over those items…and move them up to the left-hand side…to get a little bit more size on the page here.…And of course, we'll deselect that top item…and then just move the bottom table…up next to the header as well.…Since the table is rather large in font size,…we're gonna select the whole table,…and we'll go to the Task ribbon…and change the font to an 11,…which will scale it down for us a little bit.…We'll adjust the column size so that…we can get this task's name to not wrap.…
So we'll move our percent complete…over to the right a little bit.…
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- Working with the Report Designer
- Editing templates
- Building resource and team member reports
- Inserting graphs and charts
- Building executive management reports
- Developing a report center
- Creating a milestone dashboard