Mastering Microsoft Project Visualization – Part 3 – Printing in Microsoft Project Demystified

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There is a need for a paper version of your schedule. Even in the age of Wearables, AR and tablets. Learn how to get a good print out of your schedule with Erik van Hurck.

 

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Erik van Hurck is a Senior PPM consultant for Projectum, a western European Microsoft Partner with offices in Denmark and The Netherlands. On top of that Erik is a Microsoft MVP. As such, Erik assists enterprise customers to adopt the new Project Online cloud solution for Project and Portfolio Management. Erik has a personal blog (www.theprojectcornerblog.com) and is also a writer for the Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG.com).

 


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Written by Erik van Hurck

Erik van Hurck is a Senior PPM consultant for Projectum, a western European Microsoft Partner with offices in Denmark and The Netherlands. On top of that Erik is a Microsoft MVP. As such, Erik assists enterprise customers to adopt the new Power Platform cloud solutions for Project and Portfolio Management. Erik has a personal blog (www.theprojectcornerblog.com) and is also a writer for the Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG.com).

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  1. Hi Patricia,

    Thanks for the comment. Any template that is created after changing the printer settings will hold those new settings. And any project based on that template holds the correct printer settings.

    Creating a blank project, changing the printer settings and saving that as a template would be an ideal base template for any schedule.

    Regards, Erik

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