How can I make a Gant chart with time units of hours/minutes?



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How can I make a Gant chart with time units of hours/minutes?

Postby SmltIFBoZWxhbg » Sun, 03 Apr 2005 23:51:02 GMT

I'm using Visio 2002 SR2.  I want to do some meal planning & need 
hours/minutes not days/weeks/months/years.  Is there an add-in or update to 
Visio that will allow this?

Re: How can I make a Gant chart with time units of hours/minutes?

Postby John Marshall, MVP » Mon, 04 Apr 2005 23:33:57 GMT

The timeline stencils were enhanced in Visio 2003 and supports timelines 
down to the minute.

John...    Visio MVP

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