Create a multi project environment and consolidate resources
- [Voiceover] We've been looking at…a single project environment…using the particular project file,…I'd like to now create a multi-project environment…where I can look across reports in multiple projects,…so I'm going to open a new project,…a blank group project.…I'm going to insert, by going to the project ribbon,…and I'm going to insert the three projects…that we'd like to have in our multi-project environment,…so I'm going to select subproject.…I'm going to add in my project development hybrid,…03_03, Office move, and Agile Project,…and I'll insert each of those as a linked project.…
If you need further information about how to do…an inserted project,…refer back to one of the other courses that covers this.…In our case, I now have the three projects…inserted into this shell.…I want to expand out all those projects,…so I make sure I have all the tasks loaded…in our file as we link across and look at all of them,…so I'm going to go to the view ribbon and select,…under outline, view all subtasks.…I now have that expanded out,…
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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