Okay, so printing in Microsoft Office Project 2007 might be a little more complex than you’re used to. We’ll give you that. Need some help figuring out how to get your project data printed and looking professional? Read on.
Printing a view
The first step in printing a view is to set up the view itself so that everything you want to print is displayed appropriately. This may involve things like showing or hiding columns (video), changing row height and wrapping text, or changing column titles in sheet views. If you want to print multiple projects in a single view, you might try printing a consolidated project, which enables you to sort, filter, or group the tasks and resources across multiple projects, all in one printable view.
Once you have the view set up the way you’d like it to print, the next step is to adjust your printing options. If you are printing a Calendar view, you’ll need to specify the number of months or weeks you want to print. When printing a view, you can choose to print all notes in the project, or even add a header, footer, or legend.
What’s the difference? Basic reports and custom basic reports are generated within Project, and offer a limited reporting experience. Visual reports are generated in Microsoft Office Excel 2007/2003, and Microsoft Office Visio Professional 2007, and use PivotTables and PivotDiagrams to provide a rich, dynamic reporting environment. With this flexibility, visual reports provide a more agile reporting solution than basic reports.
Visual reports are printed through Excel and Visio. For more information on printing in these applications, see the following Help areas:
With so many printing options, it’s understandable that you might run into trouble. The following articles may help: