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

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Customizing Filters

Projects contain so much information that data that isn’t pertinent can simply get in the way. Filters restrict the tasks or resources that appear so that you can more easily analyze a situation. Microsoft Project provides a number of standard filters that you can use as-is to hide certain kinds of information you don’t need to see in a given situation. For example, the Incomplete Tasks filter displays only those tasks that are either in progress or not yet started so that you can focus on work yet to be done. These filters work equally well as templates for your own customized filters. You can create a filter based on the Incomplete Tasks filter to display incomplete tasks that are behind schedule. This enables you to see ...

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