Microsoft Outlook Reminders

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jgtibbs

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How can I set-up MS Outlook so that all reminders appear in one "box" (a reminder list) vs. individual pop-up reminders? I know this is an option because my computer at home does it this way (one reminder list) while my computer at work shows them separately...but I haven't been able to discover how to implement this option.
 
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tgtibbs,

I would love to know the answer if you get one - I wasn't aware that this was possible. Hope you find an answer. Does it let you check them off the list as you complete them?
 

jgtibbs

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Sorry for the long delay on this one...I was told by an IT tech at work that this is not an option with Outlook 2003.
 

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Hi jgtibbs

If your computer at home does it, then the IT tech's response was not completely true.
What version of Outlook are you using at home and what version are you using at work?
I am using Outlook 2003 and all my reminders appear in one window.

If I close the Reminder Window, I can reopen it using:
View > Reminders Window
 
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I use Outlook 2003 at work and all my reminders also appear on the same one window...

:cool:
 

jgtibbs

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The one-window-per-reminder changed to all-in-one-window when I moved up to Outlook 2003. Apparently this is just the way it is with 2003. Don't recall what version I had previously; just that it was pre-2003.
 
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