Chapter 11. Printing Project Information

Printing Project Information

Chapter 11 at a Glance

In this chapter you will learn to:

Change page setup options for views and reports.

Print a view.

Print a report.

See Also

Do you need a quick refresher on the topics in this chapter? See the quick reference entries in Chapter 11 Printing Project Information–xxxiii.

In this chapter, you work with some of the many views and reports in Microsoft Office Project 2003 to print your project plan. One of the most important tasks of any project manager is communicating project information to stakeholders, and that often means printing. To communicate project details in printed form, you can use ...

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