This video shows how to change magnification in the Microsoft Project timescale.
- [Instructor] If task bars and the timescale … are too short or long, … you can zoom in or out to get a better look. … On the view tab, click the timescale down arrow … and then choose the time unit. … Project changes the lowest level of the timescale … to that unit. … To choose a specific zoom size, … click the zoom magnifying glass icon and choose zoom. … Select an option to zoom the timescale to that timeframe … and click okay. … If the schedule disappears, click the task tab … and then in the editing section, … click scroll to task. … Let's go back to the view tab. … You can click the entire project icon … to show the complete project timeframe … from start to finish. … If you have tasks selected, … click the selected tasks icon … to display the date range for all those tasks. … For even faster zooming, … use the zoom slider at the bottom of the window. … Using the zoom slider may set the timescale … to an unusual time unit like three days. … …
- Working faster in Microsoft Project
- Entering data
- Using keyboard shortcuts
- Formatting tables
- Modifying views
- Sorting and Filtering
- Working with Files
- Backing up
- Sharing customization with a colleague
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Project Quick Tips
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