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8. In the Width column, type or click 20.
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9. Click OK to close the Table Definition dialog box.
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The new table appears in the More Tables dialog box.
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Project applies the new table to the Task Sheet view.
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Tip You can add or remove columns quickly in the current table. To add a column, first select the column to the right of the spot where you want to add a new column. Then, on the Format tab, in the Columns group, click Insert Column. Project displays all fields available for the type of table you have displayed (task or resource); select the one that you want to add. To remove a column, right-click the column heading and click Hide Column.
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In the next section, you will combine the custom filter with this custom table to create an editorial schedule view for the new book project.
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In this section, you saw a custom field, Text9, that had been customized to say Editorial focus and contained details about editing activities in the new book s project plan. Project supports a wide range of custom fields, and you can add a custom field to any table easily. The rightmost column in a table is labeled Add New Column, and you can either click the column heading and select any field you wish to add, or you can just start typing in a cell in the Add New Column column. Project detects the type of data you re typing and adds the correct custom field type. The custom fields supported by Project include:
Cost (up to 10 cost fields) Date (up to 10 date fields) Duration (up to 10 duration fields) Flag (up to 20 Yes or No fields) Number (up to 20 number fields) Text (up to 30 text fields)
These custom fields are a great way to store additional information about tasks or resources in your project plans. Normally, none of these custom fields have any impact on the scheduling of tasks or resources.
Customizing Views
Nearly all work you perform in Project occurs in a view. A view might contain elements such as tables, groups, and filters. You can combine these with other elements (such as a timescaled grid in a usage view) or with graphic elements (such as the graphic representation of tasks in the chart portion of the Gantt Chart view). Project includes dozens of views that organize information for specific purposes. You might find that you need to see your project information in some way that is not available in the predefined views. If Project s available views do not meet your needs, you can edit an existing view or create your own view.
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In this exercise, you create a new view that combines the custom filter and custom table that you created in the previous sections.
1. On the View tab, in the Task Views group, click Other Views, and then click More
Views. The More Views dialog box appears.
In this dialog box, you can see all the predefined views available to you.
2. Click New.
The Define New View dialog box appears. Most views occupy a single pane, but a view can consist of two separate panes. In fact, the default view in Project is really a two-pane view: the Gantt Chart and the Timeline.
3. Make sure Single View is selected, and then click OK.
The View Definition dialog box appears.
4. In the Name box, type Editorial Schedule View.
This is the name that you will see in the Project interface later.
5. In the Screen box, select Task Sheet from the drop-down list.
The Screen box lists the types of views available.
6. In the Table box, select Editorial Table from the drop-down list.
Editorial Table is the custom table that you created earlier.
7. In the Group box, select No Group from the drop-down list. 8. In the Filter box, select Incomplete Editing Tasks from the drop-down list.
Incomplete Editing Tasks is the custom filter that you created earlier.
Note The specific tables, group, and filters listed in the drop-down lists depend on the type of view you selected in the Screen box in step 5.
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9. Make sure that the Show in menu check box is selected.
10. Click OK to close the View Definition in dialog box.
The new view appears and should be selected in the More Views dialog box.
11. Click Apply.
Project applies the new view.
The name of the custom view appears here.
Only uncompleted editorial tasks are now displayed, and the fields are presented in the way that you want them. Also, Project added Editorial Schedule View to the Other Views list in the Task Views group on the View tab. The new view appears under the Custom label, so it is always easily accessible in this project plan. Because of the housekeeping adjustment that you performed earlier in this chapter, the new custom view is not available in other project plans. However when you create your own custom views, you probably will want them available in any project plan, so we ll change the display setting back to the default. That way, any custom views that you create in the future will be available in any project plan you work with.
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