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Ms Project

Ms Project

Ms Project

I am trying to customise the Resource usage report in MS Project to display only those tasks that are causing an overallocation
If anyone can help I would be most grateful
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RE: Ms Project

Not sure if this will meet your needs exactly, but try inserting the field (column) called Overallocated, turn on the autofilter, then filter for Yes.

Hope this helps!
J Black

RE: Ms Project

Thanks for you reply
I have tried this one in Resource Usage view but it still leaves all task showing
I think trying to do a filter on taks and resources at the same time is why it won't work
Thanks for your time


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