Creating a task


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Creating a task

As with everything else in Outlook there are many different ways to create a new task. If we're in either the To-Do List or the Tasks List you can simply right-click in an empty space and choose New Task, or you can on the Home tab click New Task. If you're in another application like Mail and you think, oh, I want to create a new task you can choose New Items on the Home tab and choose Task. You can also in any application hold Ctrl+Shift and hit the letter K, the last letter in the word Task to open a new task form.

If you are looking at the Calendar, and you're in either the Day, Work Week or Week view, in Day/Week/Month view you can double-click where you'd like to add the task to open a form or you can click once and start typing to create a new task. Notice that when you drop a task on a day it's actually assigned to that day, start and end both on the same date. So many different ways that you can create a new task that you can open up the task form. So I'm...

Creating a task
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Creating a task provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Outlook 2010: Time Management with Calendar and Tasks

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Business
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Outlook
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