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I have saved/printed MSProject files in formats to allow
folks without licenses to see the full GANTT charts,
as well as other views. I did this on a weekly or
as-needed basis. I recall that it involved printing/saving
to an image format, as well as possibly HTML and PDF.
I don't have a license at the moment, or I'd be more
If the person with the license is willing to spend a few minutes
experimenting, it should not be terribly difficult to to provide
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