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Old 06-12-2017, 07:51 AM
Philip Hales Philip Hales is offline Make Weekends Working, but keep the columns colour different Windows 7 64bit Make Weekends Working, but keep the columns colour different Office 2013
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I wish to make weekend working, but still show Saturdays and Sundays highlighted columns different from the rest in 2016 Microsoft Project.
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Guloluseus Guloluseus is offline Make Weekends Working, but keep the columns colour different Windows 7 64bit Make Weekends Working, but keep the columns colour different Office 2010 32bit
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easiest way is just to set up the calender for every task as 7 day, and keep standard as the default. this will show weekends shaded, but keeps you on 7 day working.

Project itself will not let you shade days unless they are non working, so its probably the only way of doing it as far as I know. hope thats useful
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