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Grouping a layout

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Ron Beechey
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I would like to group my layout on a given level of the wbs and below

So I would like to select level 6 and below and not show the upper levels (1-5).   Is there a method by filtering or selecting that I have missed

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Ron Beechey
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I have found the method to work with the WBS.   In the grouping window select WBS and then turn off Indent and select the level to start on.  If you need a second level add WBS again and select the next level to add to the grouping.

We created a wbs what made it down to the system level and then the piping line level.   These are the ones I would like to see the tasks grouped and sorted by.  

This could be good info for all users.