Creating and organizing tasks


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Creating and organizing tasks

With so much to do and so little time to do it in, sometimes it's the little things that fall through the cracks. Not to worry, Outlook has a great way of dealing with all those numerous things that you need to get around to. And we're going to start by going to the Task area of Outlook, and usually I direct you to clicking on the Task icon in the Navigation bar, but it's not here. We can add it by going to the Configure button, which is this down arrow, giving it in a click, and choose into Show More Buttons.

Now I see the Tasks icon, and I can give it a click. There's a couple of ways that we can make tasks, just like we have a number of tasks that we can create. I'm going to start by going over to the recap area on the right-hand side, where you see I'm already seeing a recap of some of the upcoming appointments. I'm going to create a task very quickly by clicking on the Task box and simply filling in my task. As soon as I click out of the box, the task is automatic...

Creating and organizing tasks
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Creating and organizing tasks provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Karen Fredricks as part of the Outlook 2010 Essential Training

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