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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Ken Slovak

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Editing Tasks

When you open a task for editing, it opens to the Task tab, as shown in Figure 8.5. New tasks have no start and due dates, have a status of Not Started, a Normal priority, and are 0% complete. The task owner is automatically filled in and cannot be changed unless you assign the task to another person and he or she accepts the task. You will learn about assigning tasks in the next section of this chapter.

Figure 8.5. The Task tab of a task item contains the task properties you will use most frequently.

Adding a Subject, Status, and Priority

Use the Subject line to add a subject for the task. If you do not include a subject, you will ...

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