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Old 11-24-2010, 04:30 AM
parnol01 parnol01 is offline Calendar without actual dates Windows XP Calendar without actual dates Office 2007
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How do I set the calendar to display number of months and weeks without actual dates. I want to plan the duration of a project without knowing when it will occur.
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Margaret Pate Margaret Pate is offline Calendar without actual dates Windows 10 Calendar without actual dates Office 2013
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Hi,

I assume that you want the Gantt chart to have Month 1, Month 2, etc. rather than the dates.

Right click on the timeline (where it gives the date and days of the week on a new plan) and select timescale.

The default is to have 2 levels and on a new plan this will be weeks and days. From the Units list on both Middle Tier and Bottom Tier, scroll to relevant unit and select it, and on the Label do the same.

Hope this is what you meant.

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Margaret
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