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Project 2013 In Depth by Scott Daley

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20. Reports Part I: 2013 Reports

This chapter explores the new reporting features of Microsoft Project 2013 and how to customize these reports to your individual reporting needs. You also learn how to create and save new reports within your project or in your Global.mpt file for use with other projects.

Understanding the New Reports

“Basic” Project reporting was a feature set so stale it had become rare to see anyone using it. The problem was not that the feature was broken or useless; it was simply not up to modern reporting expectations. Fortunately, Project 2013 sees Microsoft introducing new and thoroughly modern reporting functionality to Project.

By default, Project 2013 contains slightly fewer reports than before, but that loss is more ...

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