From here: In the File tab, click Print, then click Page Setup. On the Header, Footer, or Legend tab, click the Left, Center, or Right tab. Now choose the date icon and the field will auto-fill and update when you print.


Project does not have a native way to handle a cost-per-day resource. One workaround is to use a custom cost field (at the task level) to calculate the number of days and multiply by a rate. Reports that show cost by task can be modified to show this custom cost field. For example: In this example, the resource "worker" has an hourly rate of $50 and the "...


Mauricio, There are three options (the last is easiest): For 08-03-2019, set the resource availability to 100% (as you've done), then level. Then in the resource usage view for the task, manually adjust the hours for 08-03-2019 from 8h to 4h. This will remove 4h of work from the task, which you will need to add back at the end. For 08-03-2019, keep the ...

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