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Plain text heading in the task column?

Plain text heading in the task column?

Plain text heading in the task column?

(OP)
How do you insert a non-functional, plain text heading in the task column?

RE: Plain text heading in the task column?

(OP)
IRstuff: The minute I enter any text in the task column, MSProject includes duration, start and finish dates thus considering it a task. I just want to have a plain text heading with no dates.

RE: Plain text heading in the task column?

(OP)
The question was:
How do you insert a non-functional, plain text heading in the task column?
What kind of an answer to that is "NO"?

RE: Plain text heading in the task column?

(OP)
Well then that's dissappointing because headings are really handy - they make it easier to identify blocks of tasks. Maybe someone will find a way to do it.

RE: Plain text heading in the task column?

(OP)
Oh good! Now I'll have to see if summary task structures does what I want. Thanks.

RE: Plain text heading in the task column?

Yes, you may create your own headings in a task column. Each 'field' has a 'title'.  When you insert a column (or edit a column) you may add or edit the column's "title".  The "title" is what appears in the heading of the column.

Hope this helps you!

Regards,
Dora

Learn the Secret Strategies to Quickly Create and Manage Project Schedules at http://www.CreateAndManageSchedules.com

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