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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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