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    Workload graph (2003)

    How can I generate a workload graph based on the total work field? The idea is to have a representation of the number of hours planned for a day or a week.

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    Re: Workload graph (2003)

    I know of no graphing elements in Outlook.

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    Re: Workload graph (2003)

    You would have to export your Tasks to Excel (or possibly Project) to graph them in this manner. Exporting Tasks to Excel is pretty easy using the Import/Export Wizard, though I don't have any practice with it. You might want to search the Internet and especially Slipstick for Task related tools.
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    Re: Workload graph (2003)

    I think I will try to use your suggestion and export the tasks in Excel (easy to do it). Now it becomes more an Excel trick and I will post it on the Excel forum.

    Thank you for your help

    Marcel

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