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Using the To-Do Bar
Chapter 23
Tracking Tasks with Outlook
Using the To-Do Bar
The Outlook To-Do Bar, is sort of
your “day at a glance” tool, although it often
shows you more than one day. It integrates
all the Outlook views and is available in all Outlook
views, so any time, any place, you have access to
the things you need to act upon. The Outlook
ToDo Bar, which is minimized by default, runs down
the right side of the screen (see Figure 23-19).
To open the To-Do Bar, click the Expand button at
the top of the bar, and Outlook shows you the
complete To-Do Bar, which summarizes your
upcoming meetings and tasks (see Figure 23-20).
Minimize button
View the To-Do Bar in Calendar View
The To-Do Bar isn’t automatically visible in
the Calendar view, but you can turn it on
with a click of the mouse. Click Calendar in
the Navigation Pane and choose View>
Layout>To-Do Bar>Normal.
To-Do Bar Expand button
Figure 23-20
The To-Do Bar provides a snapshot of your
upcoming schedule.
Other Applications
The To-Do Bar also includes items from
Office OneNote and Office Project.
Figure 23-19
The To-Do Bar appears minimized when you view
the Mail, Contacts, and Tasks folders.
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