Visio 2003 Professional Gantt Charts in Windows XP Professional


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Visio 2003 Professional Gantt Charts in Windows XP Professional

Postby ZWpiMTExdXM » Thu, 24 Aug 2006 22:13:01 GMT

How do you continue the task ID numbering to a new page?

I have a project plan that goes over one page. I can insert a new page & a 
new Gantt chart, but the task ID starts over from 1. Alternatively, is there 
a way to continue adding tasks to page 1 and have Visio automatically 
continue to a new page when the first page is full?

Any hints would be greatly appreciated!

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