Customizing the Gantt timescale


A

Andy Stewart

In our company, we use a work week calendar that numbers
the weeks in a year. Sometimes workweek #1 starts the
last week in December. So I would like to be able to
control the gantt timescale, such that it displays the
label on the weeks according to the way our company
calculates the workweek number. Is there a way for me to
do that using VBA?
 
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J

Jack D.

Andy said:
In our company, we use a work week calendar that numbers
the weeks in a year. Sometimes workweek #1 starts the
last week in December. So I would like to be able to
control the gantt timescale, such that it displays the
label on the weeks according to the way our company
calculates the workweek number. Is there a way for me to
do that using VBA?
Answered in private mail.

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C

Curtis

This sounds very interesting, anyway I can get this
information from Jack?


Thanks
Curtis
 

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