MS Project 2016 – using reporting templates

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    • #414220

      I am a PWA (Project Online) admin so I have Enterprise Template privileges.
      I would like to make a status report template that can be used by all projects with MS Project 2016.
      I know how to build a new view and make it an Enterprise version, but I’m not sure how to do a report template.

      Any assistance would be appreciated.

      Thanks.. Larry

    • #414273
      Avatar photoLarry Christofaro

      Norman, I haven’t done this for myself or a client but you can copy the report to your project templates or the enterprise global. Just use the Organizer to copy it over. Let me know how that works for you. Thanks…

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      Larry Christensen


      You’re suggestion worked perfectly. Thank you.

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      Avatar photoLarry Christofaro

      Good to know Norman…:-)

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