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The reporting module is new for Microsoft Project 2013 and contains most of the capabilities you can use in Microsoft Excel.
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Working with the Reporting Module
The reporting module is new for Microsoft Project 2013 and contains most of the capabilities you can use in Microsoft Excel. There are a number of built-in reports, but you can build your own. If you take special care in the design, you can print the reports onto a single page. You can even output the entire -- or portions -- of the report to PowerPoint using the copy/paste method.
To access reports, follow these steps:
- Click the Report tab.
- In the View Reports section, select various reports using the reporting icons.
- To create your own report, click the New Report icon and then select the appropriate report type you want to start with from the picklist.
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