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Is there a way to zoom (increase size) of primavera (other than change computer default)

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John Reeves
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Is there a way to zoom (increase size) of primavera (other than change computer default font).  Like to be able to hit cntl + and have it work or whatever the common commands are?  There is a +/- but that only effects the timescale.  

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Zoltan Palffy
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the work around is to use the xer to P3 converter then bring it into suretrack

David Kelly
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I am on 19.12, Zoltan, and P3 format has gone. Not sure when! I still have a working version of Suretrak. Amazing software for the time. Still very impressive twenty (?) years after development stopped
Zoltan Palffy
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David I am using P6 version 8.2 amd I can still export an xer file to a P3 format and then read that in suretrack

David Kelly
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Not any more. You used to be able to export a P6 file in a format that P3/Suretrak would read. You could then open the file in Primavera Suretrak from 1990, and just do CTRL+ or - to zoom the layout in or out. Worked perfectly
Zoltan Palffy
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the only work around is to make the row height and text larger

Zoltan Palffy
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th eonly work around is to make the row height and text larger