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Outlook Answer Book, The: Useful Tips, Tricks, and Hacks for Microsoft Outlook® 2003 by Brian Delahunty, Tom Archer

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Working with Tasks

8.20. Can I Create Recurring Tasks?

Put simply, yes. You can easily modify a new or existing task that you are the owner of to run on a defined recurring schedule. Previous FAQs in this chapter gave examples of when recurring tasks would be most beneficial. For example, you could set up a recurring task to remind you every Friday evening to send a weekly report, or you could have a recurring task that reminds you every three months to visit the dentist.

Here's how to modify a normal task to make it into a recurring task:

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Find the task you want to modify and then open it.
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After you have opened the task, you can display the Task Recurrence dialog box by either clicking the Recurrence button on the toolbar or selecting the ...

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