Five ways to create a task


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Five ways to create a task

Welcome the Chapter 4, "Staying on Task." In this chapter I am going to arm you with a variety of ways to help manage your tasks within Outlook, starting with five different ways to create them. Number one, the To-Do bar. To add a task to the daily task list, place your cursor here and just start typing. Press Enter when you're done. You should keep the task name short, but if you want to add notes to a task, you can double-click on it after you've created it.

Likewise, if you're viewing your calendar and you get something done, you can click on the daily task list area for the appropriate day and start typing. By the way, if you don't see the To-Do bar or the daily task list, don't worry. The very next video discusses how to turn these features on. If an email directly relates to a task you can save time by flagging the email itself. Just click on the silhouette of the flag and it will turn red and be marked as due today.

The third video of this chapter disc...

Five ways to create a task
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Five ways to create a task provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2007 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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