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Summary

This hour provided an overview of the views and reports you will be most likely to use when exploring resource assignments in a project. The Task and Resource Usage views allow great flexibility in which fields can be displayed. For example, you might want to focus a Resource Usage view on work and show several work-related field rows: scheduled work, actual work, baseline work, overtime work, and cumulative work. Working with Detail Styles makes this possible.

Reports, on the other hand, offer a different look at your project. The many predefined reports are designed to answer commonly asked questions, such as: Are any resources overallocated, and if so, on what tasks? How are the current costs comparing to the original budget? What will the engineers be working on each month in this project? You aren't limited to the questions addressed by Project 2000 reports. Working with tables, filters, time periods, and formatting enhancements, you can create an almost endless variety of reports.


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