Enchance and show tasks for three types: late, upcoming, and completed
- [Voiceover] When creating a new report,…it's good to become familiar with an existing report…and then use it to create a new template.…We're going to use a milestone report,…so we've returned to the report ribbon,…and under the in progress options…we'll select the milestone report.…This one will give us some information…to create our task overview that we wanted to add…to the report center.…Now, in this particular report we're looking at…late milestones, milestones up next,…and of course, completed milestones.…
We want to see tasks as well as milestones.…We want to create a copy of this report,…now in Project on the ribbon there is a copy item,…this is for a copy and paste into another application.…We want to select the option that says manage…and rename this report,…which will create a copy as well,…and we'll name our report our Task Overview,…and we'll press okay.…Now, we've created a copy of that report,…but we need to start modifying the text boxes…or we'll get confused on what we're actually looking at.…
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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