Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Recording macros
On the Task tab, in the Properties group, click Information .
The Task Information dialog box appears.
Click the Advanced tab.
As you can see in the Calendar box, the default for all tasks is “None.”
In the Calendar box, select Monday-Wednesday from the list of available base
calendars, and then click OK to close the dialog box.
Project applies the Monday-Wednesday calendar to task 19 and reschedules the
task to start on Monday, the next working day on which the task can occur. A task
calendar icon appears in the Indicators column.
Point to the task calendar icon.
The task calendar indicator’s ScreenTip reminds you that this task has a task calendar
applied to it. Note that the Monday-Wednesday calendar was not available in this plan until
you copied it via the Organizer.
As you customize views, tables, and other elements, you might find the Organizer to be a
useful feature for managing your customized elements and the built-in elements in Project.
CLEAN UP Close the Customizing B file. The Customizing A file should remain open.
Recording macros
Many activities you perform in Project can be repetitive. To save time, you can record a
macro that captures keystrokes and mouse actions for later playback. The macro is
recorded in Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), the built-in macro programming
language of Microsoft Office. You can do sophisticated things with VBA, but you can record
and play back simple macros without ever directly seeing or working with VBA code.
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