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Printing Notes

Printing Notes

Printing Notes

I keep a lot of notes in my tasks for my projects.  Is there a way to print a report of all of the notes for a given project?

RE: Printing Notes

Custom Reports allows you to access the Task Notes for a printout, or, you can simply add a column and reference the task notes directly.


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RE: Printing Notes


I tried adding notes though a customized Report, and it only added the notes for the first task on the list.  I triple checked to verify that there are notes present, but they did not show up on the report....

Any thoughts?


RE: Printing Notes


If you go to "Page Setup", click the View Tab at the top, the third check box down on the left allows you to print Notes.  I use it all the time for the same reason.

Alan M. Etzkorn  machinegun elk
Manufacturing Engineer
Wabash National Corp.

RE: Printing Notes


EXCELLENT!!!  Now, is there a way to change the font of the printed notes?  I like to print the Gantt chart on one page, but when I do this, the notes are so small, that I can barely read them....


RE: Printing Notes

The only way I can see, is in the Task Note itself, if you click on the "A" radio button you can adjust the font size, but that appears to be on a note by note basis, unless you set it somewhere as default.  I also don't know if this will help when you print to 1 page?

May be worth a shot

Alan M. Etzkorn  machinegun elk
Manufacturing Engineer
Wabash National Corp.

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