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Reports: Seeing project status in new ways
Reports: Seeing project status in new ways
Previous editions of Project supported tabular reports that were primarily designed for
printing. In Project 2013, reports have been greatly enhanced, enabling you to convey your
plan’s data in compelling new formats. Reports now include elements such as charts, tables,
and images to communicate the status of your plan, and they are highly customizable. You
can print or view reports directly in the Project window just like any view. You can also copy
reports and paste them into other applications such as Microsoft PowerPoint.
In this exercise, you will explore a report.
On the Report tab, in the View Reports group, click Resources and then click
Resource Overview .
The Resource Overview report appears.
Vertically scroll to see all of the report’s content.
As you can see, this report includes two charts and a table.
Click the Resource Stats chart.
You see a couple of things happen when you do this.
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