Jack, great solution.
I've just about got it nailed, but am having some minor
I'd like to take you up on your offer to send along a
That'd be great, and thanks again for the great solution.
>You can do it using only custom fields and some creative
>Generally you would use two custom fields.
>First you would set the start1 field to the project start
>Then you would format the timescale so that it showed
days counting from the
>start of the project 1..n and set the scale so that 100
of these showed.
>Set gridlines to occur as desired (every 10?)
>Then you would set the finish1 field equal to project
start + %complete
>Then you would create a bar style which starts at start1
and ends at
>finish1. Format it so that %complete shows to the right
of the bar.
>It works, just a bit hard to get the scale right. If you
don't care about
>the scake, create another finish field = project start +
100 and then the
>progress will show up against a background which is equal
>Let me know if you don't understand and I'll send you an
>Please try to keep replies in this group. I do check e-
mail, but only
>-Jack Dahlgren, Project MVP
>> My question is about finding the view I want, or
>> it if it doesn't exist.
>> Rather than look at a time-based Gantt chart, I would
>> to view a list of my tasks, milestones etc..., only
>> than Gantt time-bars, I would like to see a 0%-->100%
>> complete bar for each, with indicators showing where
>> one is.
>> My goal is to have a series of equal length 0 to 100%
>> bars on the graph, with some kind of mark indicating
>> actual progress.
>> When I display progress complete in a Gantt chart, the
>> bars are still scaled to the relative duration of each
>> I DO NOT WANT this view to reflect the varying scales of
>> each task from a time perspective.
>> Is this possible?
>> (NOTE: it was suggested to me that I create a Gantt view
>> of % complete and zoom out with a large timescale as a
>> workaround. I would prefer to find a way to actually do
>> what I'm after if anyone knows how. Thanks again.)