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Figure 6-1: The Tasks window displays a listing of your tasks in both the center pane and in the To-Do bar
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2 In the Current View group, click Change View You can change your view of the tasks
by clicking the different options
Simple List displays a listing of your tasks with the subject, due date, categories,
and flags shown
Detailed displays the subject, status, due date, date modified, folder location,
categories, and flags, as shown in Figure 6-2
Active is the same as Detailed, but only shows tasks that are currently active that
is, tasks that have not been deferred or completed
Overdue is the same as Detailed, but only shows tasks that are overdue Completed shows you all tasks that have been completed Assigned shows you tasks that have been assigned to others This view shows you
the task, the owner, the due date, and the status of each task
Figure 6-2: Viewing your tasks in to-do list format can help you set daily priorities
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You can change views at any time by simply clicking a different view option in the Arrangement group for the View tab, or the Current View group in the Home tab
To Do List shows the task subject, its start date, reminder time, due date, folder,
categories, and flags This view groups the tasks by start date
Today is the same as Detailed, but only shows tasks for today Server Tasks are used with Microsoft Exchange accounts This view includes the
name of the person to whom the task has been assigned
Prioritized shows the list grouped by priority Next 7 Days is the same as Detailed, but only shows tasks for the next seven days
CREATE A NEW TASK VIEW
You can modify any task view to fit your needs
1 Click the View tab to see the ribbon s View groups 2 In the Current View group, click Change View Click Manage Views to open the
Manage All Views dialog box
3 Click New to open the Create A New View dialog box 4 Type a name for your new view Choose the type of view you want to create
Click Table to create a view that displays the standard views in a table format Click Timeline to create a view that shows your tasks in a timeline format, as shown
in Figure 6-3
Click Card to display your tasks in a card format Click Business Card to display your tasks in the same format as a
business card
Click Day/Week/Month to display tasks in a calendar format Click Icons to display tasks as icons
Figure 6-3: Using the Timeline view can help you see your scheduled tasks according to calendar dates
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5 Once you have chosen the type of view and clicked OK, the Advanced View Settings
dialog box appears
Figure 6-4: Choose items from the Available Columns list to create a personalized task view
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Click Columns to select the columns to display in your customized view, as seen in Figure 6-4 Choose the fields you want displayed in your Tasks window Click OK when you are finished
6 Click Group By, click the Group Items By down arrow, click the item on which to
group, click Ascending or Descending, and choose whether to show the field Repeat this process for up to three more subgroupings, and then click OK
7 Click Sort, click the Sort Items By down arrow, click the item on which to sort, and
click Ascending or Descending Repeat this process for up to three more subsorts, and then click OK
8 Click Filter, click in the Search For The Word(s) text box, type the words to search
on, click the In down arrow, click where you want to search, and use the other fields to locate just tasks you want to work with Enter any other criteria, and click OK
9 Click Other Settings to set font size, font face, and other visual settings for your view
In the AutoPreview section, choose how you want to use AutoPreview, if and where you want the Reading pane, and make any desired changes in the Other Options section
10 Click Conditional Formatting Set your desired rules, change the font if you desire,
and click OK
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UICKSTEPS
CUSTOMIZING TASK SETTINGS
You can customize options in the Outlook Tasks view by changing the default settings for it To change the Tasks options:
11 Click Format Columns; click the field (or column) to format; and change the format,
label, width, and alignment of the field you selected
12 Click Reset Current View if you want to return to the view s default settings 13 When you have made all of your changes, click OK to close the dialog box Click
Apply View to continue making changes, or click OK to close the Manage All Views dialog box
1 With Tasks selected on the Outlook View, rightclick anywhere on the ribbon or the tabs Click Customize The Ribbon
Create Tasks
To use the Outlook Tasks feature, you ll have to create tasks As new appointments, jobs, and other tasks come your way, you can simply create a task in the Tasks window to organize your work In this section, you ll see how to create a task from several different locations, change a task, make a recurring task, and more
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