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Creating a task Microsoft Outlook 2007

    A task typically defines some action with a definite, measurable ending such as Finish writing monthly report or Embezzle another $20,000 for the weekend. To create a task, follow these steps:

    1. Choose Go Creating a task Microsoft Outlook
2007Tasks (or click the Tasks button that appears to the left of the Outlook window, or press Ctrl+4).

    2. Chose ActionsONew Task (or press Ctrl+N).

    An empty task window appears, as shown in Figure 14-8.

    Creating a task Microsoft Outlook
2007

    Figure 14-8:

    The task window list lets you define the details of your task, such as starting and ending dates.

    3. Click in the Subject text box and type a brief description of your task.

    4. Click in the Due Date list box. (Skip Steps 4-9 if you don't want to choose a due date and a starting date.)

    A downward-pointing arrow appears.

    5. Click the downward-pointing arrow. A calendar appears.

    6. Click a due date.

    Outlook displays your chosen date next to your task.

    7. Click in the Start Date list box.

    A downward-pointing arrow appears.

    8. Click the downward-pointing arrow.

    A calendar appears.

    9. Click a start date.

    Outlook displays your chosen start date.

    10. Click in the text box below and type any additional details you want to write about your task.

    11. Click the Save & Close icon in the Actions group.

    Outlook closes the task window.




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