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Organizing and viewing your tasks Microsoft Outlook 2007

    Listing your tasks may be useful, but if you have a particularly long list of tasks (which means you either have a lot of work or you're falling way behind), you can rearrange your task list to display tasks based on their due date (such as overdue tasks, tasks that should be done within the next seven days, tasks that are already completed, and so on).

    To view your task list in different ways, follow these steps:

    1. Choose Go Organizing and viewing your tasks Microsoft Outlook 2007Tasks.

    2. Choose View Organizing and viewing your tasks Microsoft Outlook 2007Current View.

    Outlook displays a list of different options such as Detailed List or Overdue Tasks, as shown in Figure 14-9.

    Organizing and viewing your tasks Microsoft Outlook 2007

    Figure 14-9:

    Outlook can organize your task list in different categories.

    You can also click the Current View tab and select a radio button to choose a different way to view your tasks.

    3. Select the way you want to view your list, such as Active Tasks or Assignment.

    Outlook changes the appearance of your task list. (The default task list style is Simple List.)




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