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You can also print any view in Project; just display the view and click the
Print tool button. The entire project is printed in whatever view you have
onscreen at the time. Or you can choose File
Print; in the Print dialog box that
appears, you can choose to print only certain pages of your project or only a
specific date range from the timescale. Any filters or grouping that you’ve
applied will show in the printed document.
Project has five categories of standard reports: Overview, Current Activities,
Costs, Assignments, and Workload. Each category contains several
predesigned reports (as you can see in the dialog box for Overview Reports, as
shown in Figure 16-1), for a total of 22 standard reports.
Standard reports vary in content, format (for example, a table versus a
columnar report), and sometimes in page orientation (landscape or portrait).
You can edit each report to change its name, the time period it covers, the
table of information that it’s based on, and filters applied to it. You can also
sort information as you generate the report and add formatting, such as
borders or gridlines.
Going with the standard
The standard report is simplicity itself. You could practically do this one in
Or better yet, you could create a macro to generate your reports with a
single-keystroke shortcut (more about macros in Chapter 17).