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Getting Tasks from Your Computer to Your BlackBerry
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You can also mass load or sync up your computer s Tasks list with your BlackBerry Tasks app. If your BlackBerry is tied to a BlackBerry Enterprise Server, the synchronization is wireless and automatic. Otherwise, you will use either a USB cable or Bluetooth wireless to connect your BlackBerry to your computer to keep it up to date. If you use a Windows PC, see page 67; if you use an Apple Mac computer, see page 125.
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Press the hotkey letter T to start the Tasks utility (see page 548 for help on using hotkeys). Or, you can locate and click the Tasks icon. You may need to press the Menu key to bring up all your applications on the Home screen; you may also need to click the Applications folder. You can find the icon that says Tasks when you glide over it. You may need to press the Menu key to the left of the Trackpad to see all your icons. The first time you start the Tasks program on your BlackBerry, you may see an empty Tasks list if you have not yet synchronized your BlackBerry with your computer.
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Adding a New Task
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Your next goal is to add a new Task to your Tasks list. Press the Menu key and select New. From here, you can enter information for your new Task (see Figure 16-1). TIP: Keep in mind the way the Find: feature works as you name your Task. For example, all Tasks for a particular Project Red should have Red in the name for easy retrieval.
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Figure 16-1. New Task menu options
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As with Address Book entries, you can group your Tasks into Categories. You can also share or synchronize these Categories with your computer.
Assigning a Task to a Category
It s easy to assign a Task to a Category (see Figure 16-2); simply follow these steps: 1. 2. Highlight the Task, click the Trackpad, and open it. Press the Menu key and select Categories.
Figure 16-2. Assigning Tasks to Categories
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Select as many Categories as you like by checking them with the Trackpad or pressing the Space key. You may even add new Categories by pressing the Menu key and selecting New.
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Once you re done, press the Menu key and select Save to save your Category settings. Press the Menu key and select Save again.
Filtering Tasks
Once you assign a Task to a Category, you can filter or show only those Tasks assigned to a particular Category. To do this, follow these steps: 1. 2. View your Tasks list and press the Menu key. Select Filter, then check off a particular Category for the filter by tapping the Space key on the appropriate check box. Here is the filtered Tasks list:
Immediately, you will see a black line at the top of the window with the Category name showing; this indicates that the Tasks list is filtered by the specified Category.
To un-filter your Tasks list, you need to repeat the steps just described, but uncheck the selected Task. Pressing the Escape key to exit the Tasks list and re-enter information will not unfilter your Tasks.
Finding Tasks
Once you have a few Tasks in your Tasks list, you will want to know how to quickly locate them. One of the fastest ways to do this is with the Find: feature. The same Find: feature from the Address Book works in the Tasks list; just start typing a few letters to view only those Tasks that contain the letters you type. The example that follows assumes you want to quickly find all Tasks that have any word
starting with the letter G. Typing the letter G filters the list of Tasks you see to only those that start with the letter G.
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