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Export Project Calendar

Posted on 2007-03-22
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We are running Microsoft Project 2003 and added the required contents in gaint chart and can view the contents in Calendar view.

We are just curious if anyone knows how to export the calendar view/report to a Word document or powerpoint. Word is not a choice in the "Save As" drop down box. Any help would be appreciated.

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Question by:cutie_smily
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bobsegrest earned 300 total points
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Hello cutie_smily,

If you are runing Project with Office 2003 you probably have a virtual printer installed called the "Microsoft Office Document Image Writer".  If so you can print the view you want to a file and then double click on the file to open it in the Microsoft Office Document Imaging viewer.  You can then save the image in  TIF format.  The TIF  file can be inserted into any office document.

Does this help?

Bob Segrest, PMP
Microsoft Project Blackbelt
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Thanks for the reply. I was able to copy the tif file into PowerPoint.
When I converted the whole calendar into mdi file I can see all the months but when I converted it into tif and inserted as a picture from file in PowerPoint then only one page is inserted rather than all the months in the tif file. Any help would be appreciated.

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Hello cutie_smily,

The calendar is at best useful for a single month.  When you print to the Microsoft Office Document Image Writer, specify the dates for a single month rather than "ALL" creating one file per month.

Bob Segrest, PMP
Microsoft Project Blackbelt
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Thanks! you are the 'Blackbelt'.
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