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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Project 2002 by Tim Pyron

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Creating Custom Filters

Before you read this section, be sure to read the section “Exploring the Standard Filters” in Chapter 19, “Using the Standard Views, Tables, Filters, and Groups.” This section builds on the information in that section, by discussing how to create your own customized filters.

A good way to begin creating your own filters is to examine the definitions of the standard filters. To look at a filter definition, choose Project, Filtered For and select More Filters from the list that appears. Select a filter from the list (except the All Tasks filter or the All Resources filter) and click the Edit button. The Filter Definition dialog box appears. Figure 21.24 shows the Filter Definition box for the In Progress Tasks filter.

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