Define Your Own Views (Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007, and Outlook 2010)

Being able to define your own views in Outlook is very helpful when you are working with tasks. You only enter each task once but are virtually defining different task lists for which Outlook selects the entries you want and hides the others. For example, you can choose to only display tasks that are due this week or today. With just one click, you can switch to only those tasks that are due for a particular product this month (see also Filter and Group by Category in Chapter 3). This way you can keep an overview of a large number of tasks, even if you have entered them weeks before their due date.

How to set up a new view

After you have defined a new view, you can display it with ...

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