The red color means that there is a special rule for this day and the gray background means that this day is not a working day.
You might see that the Gantt diagram does not look ok now where there is task dependancy.
To do this, complete the following additional set of steps: The next time you open a project in Microsoft Project and want to use your new custom Cash Flow report as a replacement for the old Cash Flow report found in previous versions the software, you can find your new Visual Report template in the dialog, such as shown in Figure 9.
One of the useful new features introduced in Microsoft Project 2013, and continued in the 2016 version of the software, is the Dashboard Reports feature.
This feature replaces the old paper-based reports feature found in Microsoft Project 2010 and all previous versions of the software.
When you have finished planning your project and before it begins it is a good time to save this ‘snapshot’ as a baseline.
Load up your project and click on File at the menu on the top and then on Save Baseline button You will see a pop-up window with the following: In a project you can have many baselines (up to 10).
The easiest way to accomplish this is to modify the existing Cash Flow Report by completing the following steps: ribbon, and select the Do Not Show Subtotals item.13.
Select all of the numbers in the Pivot Table and apply currency formatting as desired, such as US dollars, for example.
You can try selecting ’24 Hours’ too to see what happens.
Now, select ‘Standard’ again and lets make some changes.
Select For “Night Shift” on top left and see the changes.
As you will notice, at Night Shift calendar the Saturdays are available for work.
Figure 9: New Visual Report template Dale Howard is the Director of Education for Sensei Project Solutions.