In a MS Project Gantt chart, I want to filter out all tasks that are completed AND I want to highlight tasks that occur in the upcoming 3 weeks. How do I do this?
I am willing to try and assist you with this. Let me know when you are available.
I will be available Monday morning, say around 10 AM, EDT
Okay, I will try and be on around that time and see if I can assist you. I cannot make any promises, but I will try my best.
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I am here, and am not an expert with Project, but I might be able to assist you either way. Let em know if you want my assistance.
I have not received any response to my question. If you are unable to answer it, let me know.
I need an expert on MS Project. If you can't help, refer me to someone else. If there is no one else availaible, let me know.
No. None of these links answers my question. To clarify, I am updating a schedule that shows both completed tasks, and other tasks at are less than 100% complete.
I want to do two things.
1) Show on only tasks that are less than 100% complete AND...
2) Highlight tasks that start at a date "less than or equal to" a time 3-weeks from now, say 11/27 for example.
The program appears to let me do #1 easily by selecting the incompleted tasks filter.
However when I apply the #2 condition to the filter, and then click "highlight" (not "apply") , the schedule comes out still showing the 100% complete items.
It appears the program will not let me filter AND highlight. Or is there another way around this?
I definately need the MS Project guru for this one.
Any word yet?
Please, please refer me directly to your guru. I am an advanced MS Project user, extremely well versed in Gantt charts.
What yopu sent are generic tutorials that do not answer my question.
If you want me to send you one of my schedules I will. Just give me an email to send it to.
We are now into a week of going back and forth. I am very disappointed in your service so far.
Which MS Project expert are you refering me to?
I can wait.
I apologize as we have not yet been able to find another expert to assist you. Would you like me to continue to search for someone to assist you or would you like for me to close your question at this time?
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