This video shows how to create an image of a schedule in Microsoft Project.
- [Instructor] You can create an image of a Project schedule … to share with stakeholders and your team. … Drag the Task Name divider, if necessary, … to display full task names. … Drag the vertical divider … between the table and the timescale, … so all the columns you want in the image … are completely visible. … To include specific rows, … drag over their ID cells to select them. … To create the image, on the Task tab, … click the Copy Down arrow, … and then choose Copy Picture. … In the Copy Picture dialog box, … select the destination format for the image. … If you selected rows, … Project selects the Selected Rows option button. … In the Timescale section, … select the As Shown On Screen option … to include only the dates visible on the screen, … or specify the start and end dates you want to include. … Click Okay to copy the image to the clipboard. … In another application, paste the image. … In this example, the image includes the selected rows … and specified date range, … along with the columns that were completely visible …
- 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
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