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Old 03-28-2017, 07:04 AM
pixazih pixazih is offline Is possible to navigate the Gantt diagram without ruining the timescale? Windows 7 64bit Is possible to navigate the Gantt diagram without ruining the timescale? Office 2013
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Every time I zoom on the Gantt diagram, it changes the timescale of the gantt diagram, and it completely ruins his visibility when printing.



There is any way to zoom or navigate the Gantt diagram without ruining the printing presentation?

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Old 03-28-2017, 08:38 AM
JulieS JulieS is offline Is possible to navigate the Gantt diagram without ruining the timescale? Windows 10 Is possible to navigate the Gantt diagram without ruining the timescale? Office 2016
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Create a view that you only use for printing. Get all the settings just as you need, save the view as a new view. Then do not use that view for anything other than printing.
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