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Simple "Group by date" task report without task summaries. Please, please help.

Simple "Group by date" task report without task summaries. Please, please help.

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Hi guys,

I hope you can help me out as I am a novice to Ms Project 2013. What I am trying to accomplish is a simple to do list looking like this (table?). Sorry for the poor formatting, the underscore is supposed to be table grid :)

Friday March 11th
Task_____________Resource names____________Subproject_______From______To

By boxes_____________Mads__________________________Kitchen_____________17:00_______19:30
Sort_________________Mads__________________________Kitchen_____________19:30_______20:30

Saturday March 12th
Task_____________Resource names____________Subproject_______From______To

By tools_____________Mads__________________________Kitchen_____________17:00_______19:30
Fix sink_____________Joachim________________________Kitchen_____________19:30_______20:30

I have tried setting up a table - then sorting or grouping by dates. What happens is that under each task - there is a summary row - making it all confusing. And the sorting does only affect groups of task - not every task. Meaning: The Kitchen project is sorted by Start, starting from Monday to Friday - but if I have a new summary below, the sorting starts again. Someone that can help? Please...

Thank you so much in advance.

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