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Copying Resource usage view- to excel or make pdf with the table on left

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    Good morning all
    please how can i achieve the above task anybody, Tom Henry presented resource planing on but not how to present it indifferent formats

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    Larry ChristofaroLarry Christofaro
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    No reference to “above task”. Please restate the question with specifics?

    #413978 Reply

    Thank Larry
    the request is
    how can I copy resource usage view which I have on ms project screen , it is a single view with columns on the left as resource name, work and remaining work and rows showing work for various week, baseline work and actual work, you know the usual simple view

    I have problems copying this to excel just the way it is on ms project.When I to copy it does not show heading for the rows on the right

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    Larry ChristofaroLarry Christofaro
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    Good question, but I don’t believe it can. If you are doing this often, you can create a spreadsheet with pre-populated column headings. Then the columns will be there. Sorry, best I can do. Hope that helps…

    #413980 Reply

    Thanks Larry for trying, I agree I may need to create and excel template.

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