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Is there anything like a Text Box in MS Project?

Is there anything like a Text Box in MS Project?

Is there anything like a Text Box in MS Project?

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Is there anything like a Text Box in MS Project similar to that in Excel?
That would come in handy to include informal notes withing the task pages.

RE: Is there anything like a Text Box in MS Project?

The task informattion dialog box (double click task), has a tab for notes. Why not use that?

RE: Is there anything like a Text Box in MS Project?

You can however insert a text box (under drawing tollbar) within the gant chart area

RE: Is there anything like a Text Box in MS Project?

(OP)
Thanks, iken!
I'm able to place a text box only in the chart area (on the right) but not in the task area. Is that standard?

RE: Is there anything like a Text Box in MS Project?

If you want to have text/notes in the task area, add a column and choose 'Notes' as the data type.
 

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