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How to do a Cumulative Cost Curve in MS Project?

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I am trying to forecast my project costs from now to 1 year out in terms of $ spent on personnel and resources.

Best if I can show actual vs expected.

If possible, How do I produce a cumulative cost curves in MS Project?
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Note this is for MS project 2003.
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Did you look at the Cost reports? If you export their data to Excel, you should be able to build the appropriate graphs.
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