Lesson4.4.Filtering Information


Lesson 4.4. Filtering Information

Figure 4-5. The Resource Range dialog box


Figure 4-6. Results of the Resource Range filter.


By filtering a list, you display only the records that meet your criteria, and hide the records that do not. There are several ways to filter your lists. This lesson focuses on how to filter resources, but you can filter tasks the same way.

  1. Select View The project displays all the resources involved in the project.

  2. Select Project A list of all the different types of filters you can choose from appears.

    Most filters are already created; all you have to do is select the filter to view the criteria it is supposed to find. For example, to view all the milestones in the project, select the Milestones task filter.

    Let's use an interactive filter in this lesson.

  3. Select Resource Range from the Filter menu.

    The Resource Range dialog box appears. Specify the range you want to view in the dialog box.

  4. Type 2 in the first text box, press Tab, and type 10 in the second text box.

    Compare your dialog box to Figure 4-5.

  5. Click OK.

    The filtered resources appear, as shown in Figure 4-6.

    Now, turn the filter off by applying a highlighting filter.

  6. Select Project for: You are back to the default view with no filters.

QUICK REFERENCE

TO VIEW FILTERED INFORMATION:

  • SELECT PROJECT TO TURN A FILTER OFF:

    • SELECT PROJECT ALL RESOURCES FROM THE MENU.




CustomGuide Inc - Project 2003 Personal Trainer
Project 2003 Personal Trainer
ISBN: 0596008546
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 156

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