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Create 60 Day Lookahead Report in MS Project 2007

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I need to create a filter in MS Project 2007 that contains only the tasks to be worked for the next 60 days and do not know how to set up my filter.
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If you are just looking to filter the Gantt and use that as a report. You can use the filter box on the formatting toolbar. It is a dropdown that usually says all tasks. If you click the dropdown then you can choose the Date Range option and define the two end of your range.
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There is also a "canned" activity report you can use. In 2003 its View to Reports in 2007 there is a reports menu. Choose Current Activities as the subtype and Tasks Starting Soon as the report type. It will also prompt you for your range before producing the report.
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