Chapter 4. Finding the Information You Need

Finding the Information You Need

PUTTING INFORMATION INTO A PROJECT IS FINE, but you put information into Microsoft Office Project 2007 so that you can get information out of project. You can use reports—and project comes with a boatload that you can read about in 9—but you don’t always need to print something to find the information you need. For example, when you want to focus on resource overallocations, there are a number of ways to look at your project data. This chapter describes seeing project information on-screen using views and tables, and filtering, sorting, and grouping project information to focus on particular aspects of ...

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