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Posted on 2014-01-28
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I used to use Excel sheet to track activities of my project. I was easy to add the comments column to it. But now I am tracking a project with hundreds of activities. So I decide to switch to MS Project 2013. I am fairly new to MS Project so I was hoping that you have already done this and would like to provide me some tips. Thanks
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To add a note to a Task, you can select the Task, select the Project Menu, then select Task Notes.

To add a Resource note, you can select the Resource, select the Project menu, then select Resource Notes.

There also assignment notes and project notes.

These can also be reached from double-clicking an object, then navigating to the Notes tab.
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And you can add the column "Notes" to your table on the left side and work exactly as in Excel.
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