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  • 1. Why do MS Project custom views revert to default
    Recently, whenever I launch MS Project Professional 2003, my custom views revert in part to default. This includes both Gantt and Network views. Custom filters for the Gantt chart are not persistent. Custom rearrangement (manual repositioning of boxes) of the Network Diagram reverts to the default arrangement. Although we are in the initial stages of implementation, custom views were persistent until the last couple of weeks. We are using Novell Network with pass-through authentication to Active Directory. Does anybody have a suggestion??
  • 2. PDS Extender Registry Entry Access Problem
    hi, I have registered the PDS Extender successfully and it is working fine. It has an entry in the registry on the virtual path. But if an entry is already present on the same path for another extender and that extender has some problem, then Project Server does not reach/recognize my extender and returns from the registry entry having problem. For example i have registry entry "PDSExtensionEx2" value "Microsoft.ProjectServer.Extension.General" on the path "[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\11.0\MS Project\WebClient Server\ProjectServer]" and having no problem. There is already an entry: "PDSExtensionEx1" value "ProjectRenamer.CMain" on the same path and that extender having some problem (i.e. extender not configured properly or no DLL is present against that entry etc.) then Project Server returns from the entry "PDSExtensionEx1" and does not reach to my extender entry "PDSExtensionEx2". During installation, it is not wise to rename or delete the registry entry for other extender. Is there any workaround of this problem? Thanks
  • 3. Assigning Project Managers
    We are planning to implement MS Project in our company. I am the Administrator of my company. We have 3 Project Managers. They are provided with different projects and members are assigned to their team. This team may be changed when next project comes. Now, I would like my Project Managers to publish their project plan to their concerned members and the team members should send their updates to their Project Managers. But I found that even if Project Manager sends Status Request Report in PWA, the Report submitted is viewed only by the administrator and not by the Project Manager. How do I make Project Manager receive and make updations in Project plan and how to make his team members view only the projects assigned to them in the Project Center???? Meena.
  • 4. Reporting Services report - Inconsistent behavior
    Hi all! We have developed a set of Actual Work reports in Reporting Services that work well about 99% of the time. However, occasionally we have a plan, that for no reason we can uncover, whose Actual Work hours will not appear in the report we developed. We run about 50 plans concurrently, and the rest work fine. However, the PM will have accepted the time (Actual Work hours in the plan) and the cube will have run (we use the cube as the source of the hours), but the report will be full of zeros. The method we developed to address this is to Collaborate-Publish-All Information, re-run the cube, shut down all IE browsers (as there seems to be a caching element that misreports results), and then check again. This has always resolved the problem, but it is a recurring nuisance and undermines our credibility. Anyone have similar experience? Any suggestions? Thanks! David

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Postby S3VydCBWZXJoYWVnZW4 » Fri, 09 Feb 2007 17:49:00 GMT

Hi,

We' ve defined our page header (right part) with 5 lines:
PM: &[Manager]
Start: &[Start Date]
Updated: &[Status Date]
Printed: &[Date]
Version: 01
After we save the project on our MS Project Server 2003 SP2, the first 2 
fields, &[manager] and &[Start Date] are missing. They are just gone, like 
you didn't saved it.
Defining the fields one by one even in the page footer does not work.

Saving the project as a mpp file on disc compared to the project server 
everything is working fine.

Anybody an idea what is going wrong? Workaround? Solution?

Grtz, Kurt 


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1.Printing from Project 2003 Fit to 1 page by 1 page prints 2 pages

When I print certain of my GANTT charts I am trying to fit it all to one 
page, so I change the print setting to fit to 1 page by 1 page.  What happens 
is that all but one task fit on page 1, but the final task stubbornly remains 
on a second page.  I have tried hiding the subtasks of the final summary 
task, but even then, that summary task appears on page 2.  Printer is HP 
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2.Right header missing on preview and print out with page size beyond A3

Hi there

We are currently planning a big project and want to print it to a poster 
sized about 1m x 1,30m (B4). However, MS Project 2003 doesn't support page 
sizes beyond A3, when there is text shown above the task bar in the Gantt 
Chart view. At the size A2 the right footer and header are not shown in 
preview and on the print out any more. At A1 the time scale partly 
disappears and at A0 task names and such in the table are not printed any 
more. Preview is not possible at all for A1 and A0.

In Project 2007 it works fine again for A2, but the production of a PDF with 
Adobe Acrobat Pro 6.0 takes about 10 minutes on a P4. So this is not really 
an alternative.

Who has experience with this szenario with large project plan outputs 
especially to PDF?

Best regards, Jg 


3.Printing from Project 2003 Fit to 1 page by 1 page prints 2 pa

John,

I have checked that there were no manual page breaks, I even created one and 
then removed it, just in case.  I have then removed the legend, removed the 
header, removed the footer, set the margins to smaller and larger values, 
even zero, but it still prints on two pages, with just the final task on page 
2.  Even if I add a dummy task, then it is this dummy task that prints on 
page 2.

Paul.

"John" wrote:

> In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,
>  Paul Luxton <Paul  XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote:
> 
> > When I print certain of my GANTT charts I am trying to fit it all to one 
> > page, so I change the print setting to fit to 1 page by 1 page.  What happens 
> > is that all but one task fit on page 1, but the final task stubbornly remains 
> > on a second page.  I have tried hiding the subtasks of the final summary 
> > task, but even then, that summary task appears on page 2.  Printer is HP 
> > Business InkJet 2800 and it makes no difference if I choose to print on A3 or 
> > A4.  Project is version 2003 SP2.
> 
> Paul,
> Check to see if there is a manual page break on that last task. If you 
> are using a legend or footer, you might want to make sure the margins 
> are set to accommodate that added information, or remove the legend and 
> footer to see if it makes a difference.
> 
> John
> Project MVP
> 

4.page positioning headers and page numbers

I wrote a book and cannot figure out in the pop up bar on 
the view key how to start the header on the third page 
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on those two pages so far in my book.  I also am now 
having the same trouble with page numbering.  Any help 
would be greatly appreciated.  Step by Step?  Lori

5.print to 1 page tall by one page wide

Hi there,

Does anybody know why in page preview when you specify the print to be
1 page tall by 1 page wide....IT DOES NOT WORK!

Thanks

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7. Project is contained on two pages, I want to print it as one page

8. Drawing page v printing page



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