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Project Professional 2013 Reports Revisit

A long while ago I wrote about the new reports functionaly avialable in Project Professional 2013. When I wrote that piece I was still working with the preview version now with Project Professional being realease for a while now I just want to quickly revist the report functionality in Project Professional 2013.


In Project Professional 2013 there is a new reports tab with quite a few reports that can benefit any Project Manager.

The report tab is divided in subjects with corresponding reports:

– Dashboards (Project Overview, Burndown, ect.)
– Resources (Overallocated Resources, Resource Overview)
– Cost (Cash Flow, Earned Value Report, ect.)
– In Progress (Critical Task, Late Task, ect.)


As you can see Microsoft did their best to give a Project Manager alot of differant options to report on thier project. These reports are really usefull to share information about your project and the reports are easily custimizable and make them accesable for any project manager.

All reports are easy to copy and past to other office products making it easy to use them for instance in PowerPoint.

If you are still working with Project Professional 2010 and thinking of going to Project Professional 2013 my advice just go for it the new functions and features make Project a lot better.

via SpeakingSilent » Robin Kruithof http://speakingsilent.wordpress.com/2013/05/27/project-professional-2013-reports-revisit/

Robin Kruithof
I am Robin Kruithof. I am working at CXS in the Netherlands as a Microsoft Project Consultant. My passion lies in Project Management and everything in the Project Management domain.

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  1. May 27, 2013 at 15:43

    Thank you for sharing this article 🙂
    It´s very helpful!

    Martin from MS Project Server

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