Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Follow these steps to generate any standard report:
1. Choose Report
The Reports dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 16-2. All five
categories of reports, plus a custom report category, are accessible through
the Reports dialog box.
2. Click the category of standard report you want and then click Select.
A dialog box named after the category of report you selected appears
(refer to Figure 16-1).
3. Click one of the standard reports shown here and then click Select.
A preview of the report appears, like the one of Unstarted Tasks shown
in Figure 16-3.
4. To print, click the Print button.
You can also click Page Setup to change those settings, or use the Zoom,
One Page, and Multiple Pages tool buttons to change how your report
Clicking Close returns you to the Reports dialog box, which lists the category
of reports. You have to start all over again if you do this.
When you click Print, an additional dialog box appears for some reports,
asking for a date range or other data specific to that report.
A standard report, with a twist
Some people are happy with the cookie-cutter standard reports that Project
provides; others like to add their own spin to their reports. That’s okay
because even though standard reports are prebuilt, you can still get under
the hood and tinker a little.