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How do you do a gant chart in Access form/report i.e Holiday Chart, Similiar to what's available in Project

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I'm building a database called "Repair Log", Where i'm planning to use it to aid work load planning similiar to what available in project. But what i would like to include a Holiday Chart and a work Load chart, Both to be displayed in a Gant Chart format in Report format, Does anyone know how to do  this.
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You are going to need a thirdparty add-in for this.
There are quite a few around (google for gantt chart in access) and most have a free version - generally an older version, which you could try out.

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