As discussed previously in the chapter, tables are a central building block of Microsoft Project. They determine which columns of fields are displayed for tasks or resources. Filters are another major building block; they determine which tasks or resources are displayed, depending on criteria that you provide.
All the views except the Relationship Diagram view can have filters applied. Any view that can accept a filter can have one defined as part of the view: When the view is selected, the filter is automatically applied. All the standard views initially have the All Tasks or All Resources filters designated as part of the view definitions.
Any view in the bottom pane of a combination view cannot have any ...