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Indentation in Project 2007

Indentation in Project 2007

Indentation in Project 2007

(OP)
I'm using MS Project 2007.
In all previous versions of project I've used in the past, Hierarchical tasks have been displayed with indentation. e.g.

TaskA
____SubTaskA1
______SubSubTaskA11
______SubSubTaskA12
____SubTaskA2
______SubSubTaskA21
TaskB
____SubTaskB1
______SubSubTaskB11

But in this version of Project, it looks like

TaskA
SubTaskA1
_SubSubTaskA11
_SubSubTaskA12
SubTaskA2
_SubSubTaskA21
TaskB
SubTaskB1
_SubSubTaskB11

That is, all the summary tasks are left justfied and not indented. Showing and hiding children all work fine, so project knows the structure, but it's very hard to read without the outline indentation. I couldn't find any way to change this. Any ideas?

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