Application.GlobalReports property (Project)
Gets the collection of global (built-in) reports. Read-only Reports.
expression A variable that represents an Application object.
The following example prints a list of built-in reports in the Immediate window of the VBE.
Sub ListGlobalReports() Dim oReport As Report Debug.Print "Number of global reports: " & GlobalReports.Count For Each oReport In GlobalReports Debug.Print oReport.Index & ": " & oReport.Name Next oReport End Sub
Following is the output for the RTM release of Project:
Number of global reports: 21 1: Project Overview 2: Burndown 3: Cost Overview 4: Work Overview 5: Task Cost Overview 6: Overallocated Resources 7: Upcoming Tasks 8: Earned Value Report 9: Cash Flow 10: Resource Cost Overview 11: Cost Overruns 12: Resource Overview 13: Milestone Report 14: Critical Tasks 15: Slipping Tasks 16: Late Tasks 17: Get started with Project 18: Create reports 19: Organize tasks 20: Share with your team 21: Best Practice Analyzer
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