Chapter 18

Spreading the News: Reporting

In This Chapter

arrow Generating standard reports

arrow Creating custom reports

arrow Dazzling readers with Visual Reports

arrow Adding graphics and formatting to reports

arrow Making printer settings

arrow Sharing a snapshot of the Timeline

arrow Enhancing reports with copy and paste

Here it is — the big payoff. It’s your reward for entering all those task names and resource hourly rates, and for tracking activity on dozens of tasks during those late-hour sessions in the first hectic weeks of the project. You’re finally ready to print a report or another type of project data, receiving tangible benefits from Project that you can hand out at meetings and show off to impress the boss.

Reports help you communicate information about projects by conveying schedule progress, resource assignments, ...

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