Using AutoFilter in Microsoft Project

In my previous blog post, I showed you how to easily determine if you have AutoFilter applied on one or more columns of data, even if those columns are not displayed in the current view. I learned this “nugget” from a class I taught recently for some new team members at EPMA. During this class, Read more about Using AutoFilter in Microsoft Project[…]

Microsoft Project Quick Tip: Determine If AutoFilter is Applied

I learned something new about Microsoft Project 2013 when I was conducting a training class recently for two of our new team members at EPMA. During class, we applied AutoFilter on the Resource Names column so that we could filter for the tasks assigned to two resources. I then asked my students how Microsoft Project Read more about Microsoft Project Quick Tip: Determine If AutoFilter is Applied[…]