Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Creating new views
Make sure Single View is selected, and then click OK .
The View Definition dialog box appears.
In the Name box, type Editorial Schedule View .
In the Screen box, select Task Sheet from the drop-down list.
In the Screen list box, you can see all the types of views supported by Project. Many
of these views consist of a table (such as Resource Sheet), a table plus a chart (such
as Gantt Chart), or a form (such as Task Form). Other views are purely diagrammatic,
such as the Network Diagram and Timeline views.
In the Table box, select Editorial Table from the drop-down list.
Editorial Table is the custom table that you created earlier.
In the Group box, select No Group from the drop-down list.
In the Filter box, select Incomplete Editing Tasks from the drop-down list.
Incomplete Editing Tasks is the custom filter that you created earlier.
TIP All views are either task-centric or resource-centric views. The specific tables,
groups, and filters listed in the drop-down lists in the View Definition dialog box
depend on the type of view you selected in the Screen box in step 5. For example,
with Task Sheet selected in the Screen field, only filters that apply to tasks, such as
the Critical filter, are available in the Filter field. In addition, the specific elements
available vary by view type. For example, the Table and Group options are not
available if you select the Calendar view type in the Screen field shown earlier.
Make sure that the Show in menu check box is selected.