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export resource usage spread sheet in p5

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Mubashir wani
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Can anybody help me to know how can we export resource usage spread sheet in p5

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Ameen Pasha
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can u do the favour the same to me,...

with regards,

Mr. Ameen N Pasha,
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Mubashir wani
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I am really thankful to both of you.
I am able to do it now.
Thank you once again
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Mubashir

I try to give you a step by step guide. HTH

1. Open Your project

2. Then Click assignment

3. Change Timescale @ the spreadsheet to month or week

4. Highlight the activity

5. Click Ctrl C

6. Open Excel

7. Click Ctrl V

That should work

ALex
Dieter Wambach
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Mubashir
reporting in P5 is very easy. Try it.
Print resource usage profile:
View "Activities" --> "resource usage profile" --> File --> "Print Preview" --> "Page Set-up (The Icon upper left corner) --> walk through the detail tabs --> "Options" mark "Resource Usage Profile"
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Dieter
Mubashir wani
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i still unable to do it, one more query sir: how to print resource usage profile??
Dieter Wambach
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Mubashir
P3 and P5/P6 are different programs, not just two different versions of the same one. So, many algorithms and procedures are different.
The way to produce and then save a report for export to EXCEL is rather easy. The produced format is csv and you can set a parameter that Excel automatically opens after the data was produced - the report ran. We produce most of our s-curves this way - just run the report. I don’t miss the P3 ability.
Just try it.
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Dieter
Mubashir wani
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Dieter Wambach

Thanks for your reply, you are right but i guess in P5 we can not export "Resource Usage Spread sheet" in excel format. Where as in P3 we can get such outputs in formats like csv or wk1.There it used to help me in production of S-Curves with lot of flexibility.
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Dieter Wambach
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Mubashir
You’ll create a report with "Time Distributed Data" marked from the group Resource Assignments (or a similiar name). Then you’ll be guided by the wizzard. As output format you’ll select text/ASCII-file.
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Dieter