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Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 11:22:06 PM | Formatting Schedule Titles

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Okay, so it seems like this should be really obvious, but I'm just not finding what I'm looking for.  Under the 'Appearance' tab in schedule properties it has a section for changing up the text.  It gives you the option to show the schedule title or not and to underline it, and then it gives you the same options for the headers as well as header and body text font, size, etc.  Is there not a way to increase the size or change the font for the actual schedule title?  Is that located elsewhere or is it a template?  I haven't found anything as of yet, and any tips or tricks that anyone would like to share would be much appreciated!  Thanks.

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Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 11:55:13 PM | Formatting Schedule Titles

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So...I've come to learn that the schedule title is grouped in with the headers as far as formatting is concerned.  So if I wanted the title to be 1/4" in height and the headers to be 1/8" in height and bold, is there any way to seperate them, or would I have to turn the title off and add it in seperately as text on the sheet?  I would hope that you would be able to somehow format the title seperate from the headers and keep it all together in the schedule instead of having a text line on the sheet that you have to move around with the schedule.  Perhaps this is one for the wish list.  Seems like it would be a simple thing to add, but I'm no computer programer, so who knows.  If anyone knows any other ways to achieve what I'm after, please let me know!

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Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 2:53:24 PM | Formatting Schedule Titles

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You answered your own questions.... The options you have are what you have discovered and if you want to change the title, you turn it off and apply a title in "paper space".

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Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 6:39:14 PM | Formatting Schedule Titles

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Thanks.  I feared that this would be the case.  I guess this is one for the wish list.

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Mon, May 10, 2010 at 11:53:40 AM | Formatting Schedule Titles

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can anyone say whether the above has changed with new releases?

thanks:-)


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Mon, May 10, 2010 at 12:51:35 PM | Formatting Schedule Titles

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Header & Title are both the same setting yet in 11.

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Wed, Mar 23, 2022 at 3:28:57 PM | Formatting Schedule Titles

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Is it possible to wrap the title text?


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Thu, Mar 24, 2022 at 12:08:33 AM | Formatting Schedule Titles

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They say this process still works: CTRL-Enter like see image



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Thu, Mar 24, 2022 at 12:04:44 PM | Formatting Schedule Titles

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I tried that and get the following message.


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Thu, Mar 24, 2022 at 7:06:02 PM | Formatting Schedule Titles

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You don't enter the plus sign


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Mon, Mar 28, 2022 at 2:16:04 PM | Formatting Schedule Titles

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Here is an easy way to get two line titles for Schedules.

  1. When in the schedule click in the header.
  2. Then in the ribbon click clear cell (this allows you to have a different header title than what is shown in the project browser)
  3. Then type what you want for the first line.
  4. Next click insert in the rows section on the ribbon and add a row below.
  5. Then you can add what you want as the second line.
  6. after that you can remove the border between the two cells and resize them to adjust spacing

See picture for example.

 



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