Create Multi-Project Report dialog box
Filter All Columns
You can filter by any text that appears in any of the columns. For example, if you know the name (or part of the name) of the project that you are searching for, enter at least part of the name in this field. The Items list updates automatically as you type. For example, if the project you are searching for has the number 30 somewhere in either column, enter 30 in this field. The list will be narrowed down to only projects or servers that have the number 30 somewhere in one of the columns.
My Projects tab
The projects you added to this tab are listed here. Mark the checkboxes of the projects you want to include in the report.
All Projects tab
This tab lists all projects that are on all Project Center Servers from the selected location. Mark the checkboxes of the projects you want to include in the report.
Show Projects from Location
Click to select the location from which you want to display Project Center projects.
Refer to the My Project Center activity center topic for a description of the columns.
The information in the columns comes from the information entered in the Edit Project Settings dialog box.
Click to open the Create a Report dialog box to select the report options.
When creating a multi-project report using Microsoft Excel as the report output type, you can select an Excel template from any project to use as the template for the report. When you choose the Export Report to Microsoft Excel option from the Report Type tab of the Create a Report dialog box, the Select the Project That Has the Excel Template You Would Like to Use dialog box opens, enabling you to select the project containing the Excel template to use as the basis of the multi-project report.
To access this dialog box
Click Create Multi-Project Report from the Tasks panel of the My Project Center activity center.
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