Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Frequenting the To-Do Bar
3. Press Enter.
Your new task moves down to the To-Do bar Task list with your other
tasks (see Figure 9-3).
Isn’t that easy? If only the tasks themselves were that easy to do. Maybe in
the next version of Outlook, the tasks will get easier, too (in my dreams).
Of course, all you have is the name of the task — no due dates, reminders, or
any of the cool stuff that really helps you get things done. I’ll get to that later
in this chapter.
In previous versions of Outlook, you had the option to shrink the To-Do bar
to a ribbon either across the bottom of the screen or vertically down the
right side of the screen. Microsoft has removed that option in Outlook 2013,
so you’ll have to live with the To-Do bar displayed, or hidden. Make your
choice and, as Mom used to say, like it!
Figure 9-3:
Task
entered in
the To-Do
bar.
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