Using the Page Layout Tab to View Multi-Page Project Reports

In our previous blog post, we announced OnePager Pro’s Release 5.1 and its new ability to support multi-page project reports. This next series of posts will cover the new Page Layout tab that makes multi-page reports easy to build:


The Page Layout tab is divided into four sub-sections, each with the controls necessary to control the view mode, set up the output pages, determine document fitting parameters, and control the contents of each output page. The first post in this series will cover the View Modes panel.

View Modes Panel

There are three primary view modes and an associated control to freeze the swimlanes or time axis during editing.

1. The Normal View mode is the editable view of the Gantt chart that was available in previous versions of OnePager Pro.
2. The Page Break View mode shows the location of page breaks and provides a water marked page number:


3. The Print Preview mode shows how the multiple pages will look individually when printed to hardcopy.

The Page Layout tab is a versatile set of tools allowing you to configure your multi-page graph quickly, and easily for the best presentation to your audience. In future posts, we’ll cover the other panels on this new tab.

OnePager 5.1 Presents – Where’s My Stuff?!

In response to our customers’ needs and wishes, we’ve created the “Where’s My Stuff?!” capability so users can find project tasks milestones that may have become hidden and now need to be made visible.

In previous versions of OnePager Pro, when elements of the project view became hidden, the only way to find them was to unhide all tasks and milestones at once. With “Where’s My Stuff?!,” you can selectively unhide tasks and milestones and even get OnePager Pro to suggest fixes.

OnePager Pro remembers where hidden items are and under what circumstances they were hidden. To access this information, just go to Home->Show/Hide and select the Where’s My Stuff?! option as shown here:


When you do this, the table below will appear:


Those rows with the task names shown in the table above have an “X” in the column pertaining to why the task or milestone was hidden. From here, select the objects you want to unhide and click the Fix Selected button.

“Where’s My Stuff?!” is a cool feature that will save you time and make your project views glittering examples of professional Gantt Art!