Creating Various Multi-Project Views with OnePager Pro and Express (Portal)

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One of the strengths of OnePager is its ability to create compact visual representations of multiple projects. These could be several projects that belong to one program, or they could be several projects and programs in an organization’s portfolio.

OnePager supports the visualization of multiple-project with OnePager Pro and Express and the article links below are intended to assist you with the creation of these visualizations.

The first two article links below are assoicated with OnePager Pro and provide assistance with the creation of multi-project project view either using the Microsoft Project Integrated Master Schedule or separate Microsoft Project plans:

Making Multi-Project Graphs from MS Project Integrated Master Schedules (OnePager Pro) Making Multi-Project Graphs from Separate Microsoft Project Plans

The two links below are associated with OnePager Express and provide guidance with the creation of multi-project project views when multiple projects are contained in a single Microsoft Excel spreadsheet or where you want to make a single project view from multiple Microsoft Excel spreadsheet plans:

Handling Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets Containing Multiple Projects Making Multi-Project Graphs from Separate Microsoft Excel Plans

If for any reason you encounter issues, the following resources are available for additional assistance:

a) Frequently Asked Questions
b) How-to Articles
c) Video Tutorials for OnePager Pro
d) Video Tutorials for OnePager Express
e) The Chronicle Graphics Blog

You may also submit a support ticket or e-mail your question.

Finally, you may also contact the Support Unit at CG Support Unit or by going to the Contact Us button on our website and submitting a question: Contact Us