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Microsoft® Office Project 2007 Inside Out by Teresa S. Stover

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Managing Pages, Views, and Reports

As the project server administrator, you have the capability to create custom pages, views, and reports for your Project Web Access users. Do this to make Project Web Access clearly reflect your organization and also to provide users with information where and when they need it.

Pages are the major screens you see as you move from area to area within Project Web Access. For example, Server Settings is a page, Project Center is a page, and Resource Center is a page. You can add and remove elements on most pages by editing the page’s Web Parts, which are the content components that make up the page.

On the other hand, views are subsets of pages. Views specify a certain collection or format of information within a ...

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