Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Click the File tab, and then click Options .
The Project Options dialog box appears.
Click Advanced , and under Display , select the Automatically add new views, tables,
filters, and groups to the global check box.
Click OK to close the Project Options dialog box.
CLEAN UP Close the Advanced Organizing file.
▪ Common ways of organizing data in Project include sorting, grouping, and filtering.
In all cases, Project never deletes the data; it simply changes what is displayed and
how it appears.
▪ Project includes many built-in sort orders, groupings, and filters, and you can also
create your own.
▪ Whereas sorting and filtering rearrange or selectively show only some data in a plan,
grouping adds summary values or roll-ups of values, such as costs, based on whatever
interval you choose.
▪ Tables are the primary elements of most views in Project. Project includes several
built-in tables, and you can also create your own.
▪ You work with data in Project via views. Views can contain tables, groups, filters, and
in some cases graphical charts. The Gantt Chart view, for example, consists of a table
on the left and a timescaled chart on the right.
▪ Project contains many built-in views, and you can also create your own.
▪ By default, any new views, tables, filters, and groups you create in one plan are also
available in all other plans you work with in Project. This behavior is controlled by the
setting in the Project Options dialog box.