How to Print the Legend for Stacked Histogram in Resource Usage Profile in Primavera P6

We create a Stacked Histogram like below picture:

How to Print the Legend for Stacked Histogram in Resource Usage Profile in Primavera P6-1

We need to Print the diagram with the Legend but there is no option to show the Legend:

How to Print the Legend for Stacked Histogram in Resource Usage Profile in Primavera P6-5

 

In other diagram (not stacked diagram) we can easily see the option to show Legend:

How to Print the Legend for Stacked Histogram in Resource Usage Profile in Primavera P6-4

The report will be very hard to understand:

How to Print the Legend for Stacked Histogram in Resource Usage Profile in Primavera P6-3

I will show you How to show the Legend in the Printed report.

Click on Print Preview -> Page Setup -> Footer tab. Select to show Gantt Chart Legend.

How to Print the Legend for Stacked Histogram in Resource Usage Profile in Primavera P6-6

Now P6 will show the Legend in our report:

How to Print the Legend for Stacked Histogram in Resource Usage Profile in Primavera P6-7

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Author: Khuong Do

Khuong Do is a Project Planner in Civil, Transportation and Oil & Gas Industry. He has worked as a Primavera Consultant Specialist since 2006 . He holds a Civil Engineering degree and a Bachelor of Information Management System. Now he is working in Petronas RAPID project, one of the biggest Refinery and Petrochemical complex, in Pengerang – Malaysia.

5 thoughts on “How to Print the Legend for Stacked Histogram in Resource Usage Profile in Primavera P6”

  1. Hi, what is the right method when your resource changed its unit rate along the course of the project providing that it only affect the current date and so on, because what I have observed it will give a retroactive effect. Thanks

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    1. Hi,
      In Resource window -> Select resource you need to adjust rate -> in Units & Prices tab -> you can add a new rate, and enter the Effective date. So that the new price is only used from “Effective date”.

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