As a text-based alternative to the printed graphical view such as the Gantt chart view, many pre-defined and user-defined reports are available within Microsoft Project.
If you are using Microsoft Project 2003/2007, to select from the reports library:
1. From the View menu, select Reports. (versions prior to Microsoft Project 2007).
2. From the Report menu, select Reports. (Microsoft Project version 2007 and later).
4. Click on a specific report to enter print preview.
If you are using Microsoft Project 2010, to select from the reports library:
1. On the Project tab, in the Reports group, click Reports.
3. Click on a specific report, then click the Select button to enter print preview.
TIP: For the full reports library, choose:
Note that tabular reports have been replaced in Project 2013 by Excel-like graphical reports. You'll find these by clicking the Report tab.
Looking for a bit more detail?
In addition, References F4.1 and F4.2 of Project Mentor will tell you all you need to know about the subject discussed above.
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