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The Status Report Widget automatically creates a status report in Microsoft Word at the click of a button.
The Status Report Widget will automatically create a status report in Microsoft Word using the data from your Microsoft Project schedule and related SharePoint team site. With the Status Report Widget, there is no need to tediously re-key the data from your project into your status report.
Select the date range for your report, check off the sections you want to include, and click OK. Your status report will be created right before your eyes - almost like magic.
The Status Report Widget will automatically create your status report in Microsoft Word at the click of a button.
With the Status Report Widget, project managers can focus on managing their projects instead of manually creating reports.
Status reports will be based on trusted data sources, providing a "single version of the truth" about a project.
The status report includes issues that have been entered in the Issue Log on the Project team site.
The Status Report Widget is a framework that can be customized to meet the exact reporting requirements of your organization.
The Status Report Widget is a framework that will allow you to create a custom Status Report to your exact specifications.
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