Four ways to customize your Tasks folder


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Four ways to customize your Tasks folder

If you're using Outlook to manage your tasks and want more control over what you see and how they're formatted, you will need to learn how you can customize the Tasks folder. Thankfully, the interface is very similar to the Contacts folder, and we can customize it the same way. Built into the Tasks folder are a variety of views. We can access them by clicking on the View tab up on the Ribbon and then glancing here where it says Change View. The Active view is the most common, and it displays all of my tasks that are not yet finished.

I can change this to any other view, such as the Simple list, the Completed list, task that are due today or those that are due in the next 7 Days. Once you've selected a view, you can customize it further. For example, if I need to resize any column, I can. Just point my mouse here between the headings of two different columns and drag to the left or right. Don't forget that you can also change the sort order by clicking on any of the column ...

Four ways to customize your Tasks folder
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Four ways to customize your Tasks folder provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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Outlook
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