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jpdinizoliveira jpdinizoliveira is offline How to show diferent columns on different views in MS Project Windows 7 64bit How to show diferent columns on different views in MS Project Office 2013
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Default How to show diferent columns on different views in MS Project

Hello all,



I would like to know if there is a simple way of doing the following:

My MS Project file has 2 gant chart views, view 1 and view 2.

I would like to have columns A,B,C and D shown on view 1 and only columns B,C and D shown on view 2. Is it possible to do this?

Because when i hide column A on view 2 and change to view 1 automatically the column A is also hidden.

Thank you.
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