Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Frequenting the To-Do Bar
Adding a new item to the To-Do bar
I don’t mean to add work to your busy schedule; you already have plenty of
that. But adding an item to the To-Do bar in Outlook isn’t such a big to-do.
Even though you can store gobs of information about your tasks in Outlook,
you have both a quick way and a really quick way to enter a new task.
There’s a little box in the To Do bar on the right side of the screen that says
Type a New Task. Do what the box says. (If you can’t see the box, go on to
the following section to discover the regular, slightly slower way to enter the
task.)
To enter a task by using the quick-and-dirty method, follow these steps:
1. Click the box that says Type a New Task.
The words disappear and you see the insertion point (a blinking line).
2. Type the name of your task.
Your task appears in the To-Do bar Task list, as shown in Figure 9-2.
Figure 9-2:
Entering
your task in
the To-Do
bar.
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