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Printing the Resource Usage Spreadsheet

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Tim Breeding
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Does any one know how to print the resource usage spreadsheet?

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Zoltan Palffy
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Patrick has the solution and detailed instructions

Patrick Mullen
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I believe there are two ways of handing this:

Solution # 1:

Step 1: Activate the "Resource Usage Spreadsheet" to show on bottom:

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Step 2: Make sure to include the "spreadsheet" option under the print setup. You must make sure to do step one or else the "spreadsheet" option will be greyed out.

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Solution # 2:

Go to "Resource Assignments" to view the resource assignments spreadsheet. Then print that page.

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John Reeves
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This guys issue was never solved and I have the same problem.  You might not know why it is not coming up as directed, but it isn't.  I can copy all and paste to excel and make an excel graph but it seams pretty reasonable that is should be that hard to print a simple graph.  Original problem - there is no selection choice for spreadsheet - only this:

There is not box for spreadsheet under the options menu in page setup.

Only:

Print > Icons (check box) and Grid Lines (Check Box)

And

Page Settings > Break Page Every Group (Check Box)

Anyone know what’s wrong?

Arnold Puy
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Hi Tim,

In Activities Workspace, select Gantt Chart in the Toolbar and follow my post #2.

Regards,

Arnold
Tim Breeding
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That really doesn’t cover it all. What I found is that you have to have the Gantt Chart turned on in order for the proper options to show up in the Page Setup menu.
Arnold Puy
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Hi Tim,

The reason why you have that box in the page setup options it is because you select the "Activity Table" in the Activities Window.

Just follow my post #2.

Regards,

Arnold
Tim Breeding
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There is not box for spreadsheet under the options menu in page setup.

Only:

Print > Icons (check box) and Grid Lines (Check Box)

And

Page Settings > Break Page Every Group (Check Box)

Anyone know what’s wrong?
Dieter Wambach
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Tim

Just by coincidence, two ways for the same result.

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Dieter
Dieter Wambach
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Tim

You’ll open the speadsheet in the view "Activities".

Then File --> Print Preview --> "Page Set-up" (the icon in the upper left corner) --> "Options" --> mark "spreadsheet"

Regards
Dieter

Arnold Puy
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Hi Tim,

Follow the following steps.

1. Go to view --> show on bottom --> resource usage spreadsheet.
2. At the left bottom corner of your monitor, select any resources you wanted to show.
3. At the center bottom of your monitor, you can customize the column.
4. At the right corner of your monitor, you can select the spreadsheet field whether budgeted, remaining or actual units/cost.
5. When done, go to file --> print preview.
6. Select the page setup button --> options, untick all the the check box and tick only the "spreadsheet.

You can now print only the available resource usage spreadsheet.

I hope this helps.

Regards,

Arnold