Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
The exception I hinted at happens when you move a lower-level task to follow
a summary task. For example, a second-level task that you move to
immediately follow a summary task stays at the second level rather than take on the
summary task level of the task that now precedes it because there’s only one
Using the click-and-drag method
If you ask me, click-and-drag is to computing what the remote control is to
television. It’s a quick, no-brainer method of moving stuff around in software
that just makes life simpler. Here’s an example: The quickest way to move a
task in an outline is to use the click-and-drag method.
To move a task up and down with the click-and-drag method, follow these steps:
1. Display a columnar view, such as Gantt Chart view.
2. Select a task by clicking its task ID number.
3. Drag the task to where you want it to appear in the outline.
A gray line appears, indicating the new task position, as shown in
the task will