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How to view multiple resources in the resource graph

Posted on 2007-11-17
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I have 5 resources in one of my projects. I would like to be able to view all of their allocation in side by side bar graphs at the same time. Right now I have to scroll through and view them individually. Does anyone know if this is possible.
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Russell
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Hi there TAMUQITS,

If I understand it coorectly, you need a Resource Usage presentation as a bar-style graph.

Did you try the Resource Usage graph ? I guess that is the closest that you can get to the overview of all uers in a project and their work planning is that Resource Usage Graph.

Regards,

Dirk.
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I used the resource usage graph and it helped but I still have to toggle between each resource on each task. It would be nice to see multiple bars, on for each resource on each date.
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