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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Plain & Simple by Jim Boyce

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Inserting Items into a Task

When you create a task—whether you create the task for yourself or assign it to someone else—you might want to add items to the task. For example, assume you’re going to assign a task to someone else, and that person needs a copy of a Word document to perform the task. You can attach the document to the task. Or perhaps you need to include some contacts with a task. Whatever the case, it’s easy to insert Outlook items, objects, and files in a task.

Add an Outlook item

  1. Click the Tasks icon on the Navigation Pane to open the Tasks folder.

  2. Double-click a task to open its form.

  3. Click the Insert tab on the ribbon.

  4. Click in ...

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