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

  Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is eligible for 0.5 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.   Event Description: 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…

Mastering Project Visualization

Are you a new or experienced user of Microsoft Project who has struggled with the views, reports, and/or printing options that come with the product? I’m excited to share my upcoming webinar series that will help you master (Microsoft) Project visualization. Join me as we jump into the three main areas of visualization that MS…

Insert a Manual Page Break

One of the questions that comes up occasionally in the Microsoft Answers user forum for Microsoft Project is, “How can I insert a manual page break for printing in a Microsoft Project file?” In the 2007 version and earlier, users could click the Insert menu and then select the Page Break item. With the release…

Ask the Experts: Printing Notes in a Project

Amit of Boston, MA asks, “During class you are encouraging us to use the three sets of notes in Microsoft Project to help journalize information of how a project was performed. Is there a report to print these notes in a format that’s easier to read?” Answer: Good question — and a good idea. Printing…

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