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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by drafter, Jan 3, 2008.

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  1. drafter

    drafter Thread Starter

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    I am using outlook 2003 with an exchange server. I use my task list as a todo list. When I mark something as complete I see it has a strike through. The next day I come to my computer and the item that I checked of and had a strike through is gone. Does any body know where this went? I would like to keep these items as a reminder for when I fill out my timesheet.

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  3. caraewilton

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    On my pc, if I click the "detailed list" option all tasks are shown, including the completed ones. I am using outlook 2007, but I think 2003 also has this option.
     
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    Where do you find this "detailed list" option?

    thanx
     
  5. caraewilton

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    Well on my pc, I click on tasks, then on the left hand side there is a pane called "current view" and if I expand this one of the option is "detailed view". I can also find this option using the menu's at the top of the screen:
    -view
    -current view
    -detailed view
    As I said I am using outlook 2007, but I am sure that 2003 also allows this option.
     
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    thanx, that seemed to work
     
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