Visualizing A Report in Microsoft Project

Visualizing A Report in Microsoft Project

Online Periodical or Article - 2016
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Stakeholders and team members better understand project performance when they can actually see the project plan and how work is progressing. Follow along with project management expert John Riopel as he shares his tips for creating visual reports in Microsoft Project to leverage the power of Excel pivot tables and Visio pivot diagrams. He introduces Project's built-in visual report templates and walks you through creating a task burnup report, a work breakdown structure (WBS), and a resource analysis report. NOTE: These techniques work equally well with Microsoft Project 2010, 2013, and 2016.
Analyze your project plan and see how your project is progressing. Learn how to create visual reports, including burnup and WBS reports, in Microsoft Project and leverage Excel pivot tables and Visio pivot diagrams.
Publisher: Carpenteria, CA lynda.com, 2016.
Copyright Date: ©2016

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