Showing or hiding subtasks (subtask: A task that is part of a summary task. The subtask information is consolidated into the summary task. You can designate subtasks by using the Project outlining feature.) puts you in charge of the amount of detail in your project schedule.
Tip Click All Subtasks to expand all tasks within the project..
You can also click a summary task’s outline symbol in the task list to show and hide subtasks.
Project management tip Hide subtasks so you don’t overwhelm your team members or stakeholders with unnecessary detail. For example, you can hide your subtasks, and then print that view (view: The combination of one or more views [Gantt Chart, Resource Sheet, and so on] and if applicable, a table and a filter. Use views to work with information in a variety of formats. There are three types of views: Charts or graphs, Sheets, and Forms.) to create a summary report (report: A format in which you can print schedule information that is appropriate for the intended recipients. You can use the predefined reports provided by Project or create custom reports.) of your project.