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How to Export from MS Project's 2010 current weeks tasks into excel?

Posted on 2010-11-10
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Each week i want a simple print out of all the items that are due for the week and the resource assigned so my team has their effective checklist.  How can i take my project plan and either print or export that weeks items into a simple list delineating the task, notes and resource assigned?
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i found a way of pulling the data by simply using the filtering tabs at the top.  no need for exporting.
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