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Removing Sat-Sun from Gantt chart

Posted on 2004-09-10
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The help function implies you can hide non-work time.  Which to me are Sat-Sun.  But I can't find a way to remove Sat-Sun from the Gantt chart.  Doing so would shrink it greatly horizontally.

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You can remove non-working time from the chart by changing the format of the timescale.  

Navigate the menu: Format>Timescale then click on the NonWorking Time tab and select Do Not Draw from the formatting options choices.

Good luck!
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by:DonaldWhittemore
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All that did was remove the shading.  I want to remove the S and S from the scale.  That would make the week column more narrow thereby allowing more weeks on a page.
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Miles_stylus earned 125 total points
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as far as I know this is not possible.

if you need to fit more on why not change the "size" percentage?

Alternatively you could only show weeks and months and if dates are important show them at the start and end of the tasks in the text (format/bar styles/text)

HTH

Miles
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