Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Filtering Project details
The scenario: At Lucerne Publishing, you frequently need to look up various editing tasks
because editorial work is a major focus area at the publishing house. You can quickly display
editing tasks with AutoFilter, and now you’d like to create a custom filter for future use.
In this exercise, you apply a built-in filter and then create a custom filter that meets the
criteria you specify.
On the View tab, in the Task Views group, click Gantt Chart .
The Gantt Chart view appears. Before you create a filter, you’ll quickly see the tasks
that you’re interested in by applying an AutoFilter.
Click the AutoFilter arrow in the Task Name column heading, point to Filters , and
then click Custom .
The Custom AutoFilter dialog box appears. You’d like to see only the tasks that
contain the word edit .
Under Name , select contains in the first box.
In the adjacent box, type edit .
Click OK to close the Custom AutoFilter dialog box.
Project filters the task list to show only the tasks that contain the word edit and their