Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Figure 16-13:
This dialog
familiar text
Call the Printer!
The proof of the report is in the printing, but you should see to several
adjustments before you click that button to print. With Project, it’s not just
margins or page orientation that you need to set (although you do have to set
those, too). You can also put useful information in headers and footers as
well as set legends that help your reader understand the many bars,
diamonds, and other graphic elements many Project views and reports display.
Working with Page Setup
The Page Setup dialog box can be used to control printouts of both reports
and any currently displayed Project view. You can get to this dialog box in a
few different ways:
To make settings for printing the current view: Choose File
Page Setup.
To modify the page setup for a report: Select Page Setup from the
preview of the report. Choose Report
Reports, click a report category, and
then click a specific report. When you click Select to generate a specific
report, the print preview appears. Click the Page Setup button that
appears there.
The Page Setup dialog box, as shown in Figure 16-14, contains six tabs. In the
case of reports, all tabs may not be available to you. For example, reports
don’t contain graphic elements such as taskbars, so you can’t set a legend to
appear on them. Also, you have access to the View tab only when you’re
printing the currently displayed view.
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