Now, one little stumbling block is that the notes you enter for Resources don’t show up in Task views and vice versa. The reason I entered "Debbie hates to shop" is because I don't want to assign her to choose the food we’ll be grilling at the golf benefit. Unfortunately, this little reminder doesn’t appear if I'm just looking at the Task views.
You can, however, print a list of all your notes. You can do this occasionally or as often as you like throughout the duration of your Project so that you are certain your notes are heeded, deleted when done, and updated if necessary. The best way to do this is by going to the Project’s backstage and:
1. Choose Print.
2. Choose Page Setup
3. When the Page Setup Option Box pops up, go to the View tab.
4. Check “Print Notes”
5. Look at the pages the printer is offering to print, and select only the last page.
This will give you a list of all your Project's notes on one page. They will print with any formats you’ve applied—which is a nice feature, considering that you can’t see the formatting when your roll your mouse over the Notes icon.
However, the really easy way to view Notes in Project is to insert a column, and from the list of column headings choose Notes. This column will then display any notes you made, and this works whether you are in task views or in whether you are in a task sheet or a resource sheet. It's easy!