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Automated generation using linked DB info

Automated generation using linked DB info

Automated generation using linked DB info

Is there anything out there that can help me with auto generating project timelines based on database information.

I have tried the Gantt chart but that gets way too big for the information I am trying to represent, and it wont auto generate.

Basically what I am looking for is to give visio a date and have it generate a page for each day of the work week, for that month, with a date header.  Add timelines to the pages with the appropriate projects and add to the timelines intervals of the tasks projected for that day.

I have seen some unanswered posts on here asking like questions.  Does that mean there is no solution or nobody has solved the problem yet?

Currently using Visio 2003 Stndrd but a solution for any version will work.

If it means doing lots of background/setup work or code it is no problem.

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