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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Working with Tasks

In this section, you'll learn how to work with Outlook's Tasks feature. You'll meet the interface Outlook provides for working with tasks, create new tasks, and manage your tasks. You'll also see how to assign tasks to other people and deal with the tasks they assign to you.

Meeting the Tasks Interface

To get started with tasks, click the Tasks button in the Navigation Pane or press Ctrl+4. Outlook displays the Tasks folder (shown in Figure 26–14 with several tasks added).

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Figure 26–14. Click the Tasks button in the Navigation Pane to display the Task List.

By default, Outlook opens the Task List in Normal view, which shows ...

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