Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Marking Tasks Complete
3. Select the check box next to the name of the task that you want to
The box in the second column from the left is the one you want to select
(see Figure 9-12). When you select the check box, the name of the task
changes color and gets a line through it. You’re finished.
You can view a list of the tasks that you’ve marked complete by clicking the
Current View button in the Ribbon, then selecting Completed Tasks . All the
jobs you’ve polished off show up there in a nice, neat list. Ah! How satisfying!
Outlook has more than one place for marking tasks complete. You can look
at the Task list I just described, as well as certain views of your calendar and
also the list of tasks in Outlook Today.
Click in this column.