Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Marking Tasks Complete
To skip a recurring task, follow these steps:
1. Click the Tasks button in the Navigation pane (or press Ctrl+4).
Your list of tasks appears.
2. Click the Current View button in the Ribbon, and then click Simple
List.
It doesn’t matter which view you use, as long as you can see the name of
the task you want to skip. I suggest the Simple list because it’s . . . well,
simple.
3. Double-click the name of the task you want to change.
The Task form appears.
4. Click the Skip Occurrence button in the Ribbon.
The due date changes to the date of the next scheduled occurrence.
5. Click the Save & Close button.
Your task remains in the list with the new scheduled occurrence date
showing.
Marking Tasks Complete
Marking off those completed tasks is even more fun than entering them, and
it’s much easier. If you can see the task you want to mark complete in either
the To-Do bar or your Task list, just right-click the item and choose Mark
Complete. Nothing could be simpler.
Marking it off
To mark a task complete, follow these steps:
1. Click the Tasks button in the Navigation pane (or press Ctrl+4).
The Tasks module opens.
2. Click the Current View button in the Ribbon, and then select Simple
List.
Actually, you can choose any view you want, as long as the task you’re
looking for shows up there. If the task that you want to mark complete
isn’t in the view you chose, try the Simple list, which contains every task
you’ve entered.
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