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Chapter 22. Using and Customizing the St... > Understanding the Standard Reports

Understanding the Standard Reports

There will probably be circumstances when printing views from Microsoft Project doesn’t give you the information you need or the format you’d prefer. The Gantt Chart view might not provide enough detail, or perhaps you’d like to see your project data in a text format instead of graphically. The reports in Project can provide the solution.

Accessing the Standard Reports

The Reports command on the View menu provides access to the Reports dialog box, which lists six groups of report formats: Overview, Current Activities, Costs, Assignments, Workload, and Custom (see Figure 22.1). Together, the first five groups contain 22 predefined Project Summary, Calendar, Task, Resource, and Crosstab reports that are set up and ready to print. The last report category, Custom, allows you to access reports that are not available in the other five groups and create your own reports. Methods for creating and customizing reports are discussed later in this chapter.


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