Setting options for the Task List


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Setting options for the Task List

A lot of the functionality that we see with Outlook Tasks can be tweaked a little bit by setting some options. For example, when a task has been completed, not only is it struck through but it's also turned to gray format, items that are overdue are set in red. When I create a new item and I say that it has a Due date that at particular time for example let's say this item has a Due date of the fifth of January, if I want a reminder I actually need to set that separately, by default.

But I could have Outlook set it for me, both setting the Due date and what time that reminder is going to be set. If I start work earlier in the day, I might want to have my reminder show up before 8 o'clock in the morning. So all of these items which seem relatively minor are still things that are better off to set globally, if over and over again I'm having a command on each task I create and say yes, I'd like a reminder, I'd like it that day, and I'd like it at 7 o'clock in ...

Setting options for the Task List
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Setting options for the Task List 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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