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Attaching to a Taskbar


My drawing won't stay with the taskbar I want it associated with. What should I do?

Choose Format, Drawing, Properties to attach the drawing to the task instead of to a date on the timeline.

Missing Taskbar

The taskbars are hidden by the drawing and I can't see them. What should I do?

You need to select the drawing and use the shortcut menu to move the drawing back to a lower drawing layer. This will draw the object behind the taskbars.

If an object seems to disappear after you attach it to a taskbar, open the Format Drawing dialog box again and change the horizontal and vertical offset values to zero. Then the object appears right next to the taskbar, and you can reposition it with the mouse.

Linking Lines and the Task Dependency Box

If I double-click a linking line in the Network Diagram view, the Task Dependency dialog box doesn't display the relationship between the two tasks I'm interested in. What should I do?

Linking lines in the Network Diagram view (and also the Gantt Chart view) are sometimes drawn on top of other linking connections, which makes it hard to pinpoint the pair of tasks you want. Your best bet is to open the Task Information dialog box for the successor task in the pair. Then you can make changes to the linking relationship on the Predecessors tab of the dialog box.

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Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Project 2003
Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Project 2003
ISBN: 0789730723
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 283
Authors: Tim Pyron

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