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Outlook® 2013 Absolute Beginner’s Guide by Sherry Kinkoph Gunter, Diane Poremsky

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9. Using Tasks and To-Do’s

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Using Tasks and To-Do’s

Creating recurring tasks

Assigning Task Requests

Sending tasks to/linking with OneNote

Tasks and to-do’s help you organize and prioritize your work. With reminders set, you won’t forget what is on your list. Both Tasks and To-Do’s display in the Task peek, so you always know what needs your attention.

What is the difference between a task and a to-do? Tasks are, well, tasks. They are created using a Task form and saved in a Tasks folder. To-Do’s are messages that are flagged for follow up. Both Tasks and To-Do’s are shown in the To-Do List and in the Task Peek.

Although tasks have a lot in common with appointments, they serve a different purpose. Typically, you’ll use ...

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