Goal: Print project information

After your project is scheduled, you may want to distribute the most current project information to team members or other stakeholders (stakeholders: Individuals and organizations that are actively involved in the project or whose interests may be affected by the project.). You can display the task (task: An activity that has a beginning and an end. Project plans are made up of tasks.) or resource (resources: The people, equipment, and material that are used to complete tasks in a project.) information that you want and format it to create professional results with every printout.

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number 1 Print the project information that is displayed in a view     If the view contains the information that you want, you can just set the print options and then send the file to a printer or plotter.

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Number 2 Print summarized project information in a report      To present specific information in a professional format, you can select a predefined report or create a custom report, set the print options, and then send the report to a printer or plotter.

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Applies to:
Project 2007