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5. On the Project tab, in the Reports group, click Reports.
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The Print Preview window closes, and the Reports dialog box reappears. Next, you will preview and edit a different report. For a small, simple project such as the new book launch, a report is a simple way to communicate assignments to the resources involved. To do this, you will work with the Who Does What When report.
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6. Click Assignments, and then click Select.
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The Assignment Reports dialog box appears, listing four predefined reports in Project that provide resource assignment information.
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click Select. Project displays the multiple pages of the Who Does What When report in the Print Preview window.
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8. Click One Page.
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The first page of the report appears in the Print Preview window; if it is not legible on your screen, click the upper half of the page with the mouse pointer to zoom in.
Use the pointer to zoom in or out of the print preview. These details come from the values entered in the Properties dialog box.
Customizing and Printing Reports
To conclude this exercise, you will reformat the project name as it appears in the report title.
9. Click Page Setup at the bottom of the controls in the print preview.
The Page Setup dialog box appears. This time, it shows the options that you can adjust when working with this report.
10. Click the Header tab.
In the upper portion of the tab, you see the preview of the report s header. Below that, you can see the codes that make up the header text. These codes include the project title and manager name, which are two properties of the project plan you may recall from 2, Creating a Task List.
11. In the Center tab, select the text &[Project Title] and then click Format Text
Format Text Font
Font.
The Font dialog box appears.
12. Under Font Style, click Bold, and under Size, click 14. Click OK.
The customized report header appears in the Page Setup dialog box.
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13. Click OK to close the Page Setup dialog box.
The reformatted project name appears in the Print Preview window.
14. Click the Task tab to return to the Gantt Chart view.
You can change the headers and footers of views in the same way you change them in reports. Keep in mind that changes made to the page setup of any view or
Key Points
report apply only to that view or report. However, the general method used to customize the page setup is the same for any report or view. CLEAN UP Close the Simple Formatting file.
Key Points
Presentation styles hide some Gantt chart details that the Scheduling Styles
formatting options show.
You can format individual Gantt bars or whole categories of Gantt bars by doing
the following: On the Format tab, in the Bar Styles group, click either Bar or Bar Styles.
Customize the Timeline view when you need to show a simplified graphical
representation of a project plan.
You can draw or insert graphic objects on the chart portion of a Gantt Chart view
but not on the table portion.
Use the Copy Picture feature (accessed by clicking the Task tab in the Clipboard
group) to create a graphic image snapshot of the active view and copy it to the Clipboard. For the Timeline view, use the Copy Timeline feature (accessed by clicking the Format tab in the Copy group).
Reports are intended for print-previewing or printing only; you cannot enter or edit
data directly in a report.
at a Glance
Set a baseline to take a snapshot of the current schedule for future comparison, page 124. Set progress on tasks through a specific date, page 128.
Record actual work on tasks, page 132.
Enter percent complete on specific tasks, page 129.
Tracking Progress on Tasks
In this chapter, you will learn how to: Save current values in a schedule as a baseline. Record progress on tasks through a specific date. Record a task s percentage of completion. Enter actual work and duration values for tasks.
Until now, you have focused on project planning developing and communicating the details of a project plan before actual work begins. When work begins, so does the next phase of project management: tracking progress. Tracking means recording project details such as who did what work, when the work was done, and at what cost. These details are often called actuals. Tracking actuals is essential to properly managing, as opposed to just planning, a project. The project manager must know how well the project team is performing and when to take corrective action. Properly tracking project performance and comparing it with the original plan allows you to answer such questions as the following:
Are tasks starting and finishing as planned If not, what will be the impact on the
project s finish date
Are resources spending more or less time than planned to complete tasks Are higher-than-anticipated task costs driving up the overall cost of the project
Microsoft Project 2010 supports several ways to track progress. Your choice of a tracking method should depend on the level of detail or control required by you, your project sponsor, and other stakeholders. Tracking the fine details of a project requires additional work from you and possibly from the resources working on the project.
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Therefore, before you begin tracking progress, you should determine the level of detail you need. The different levels of tracking detail include the following:
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