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From: Aussiegerryem on 1 Mar 2010 21:49
how do I sort tasks by date due with today's tasks first and those with
"none" (ie no date due) last?
From: juanantoniod on 1 Mar 2010 23:06
If the number of people asking this makes any difference as to if and when
they get answered, I would like to add that I would like to know this as well.
Aussiegerryem - I hope we get an answer!
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> how do I sort tasks by date due with today's tasks first and those with
> "none" (ie no date due) last?
From: Leonid S. Knyshov // SBS Expert on 2 Mar 2010 05:58
On 3/1/2010 8:06 PM, juanantoniod wrote:
> If the number of people asking this makes any difference as to if and when
> they get answered, I would like to add that I would like to know this as well.
> Aussiegerryem - I hope we get an answer!
The tasks can be displayed in many ways. Please be more specific if this
message does not answer your question.
If you are referring to the task pane in Outlook 2007, they are by
default sorted with No Date first and Due today last.
So, for Outlook Today: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290832
For the rest of views.
Taskbar view underneath the To-do Bar:
Next to the Arrange By column header is a triangle pointing up. Click it
to set it to point down, and that will move the tasks with No Date to
the bottom of your tasks list with today's items due at the top.
If you click on the Tasks icon on your navigation pane (ctrl-4
shortcut), you will see the same options, and it will clearly say "Today
on top" or "Later on top"
Leonid S. Knyshov
Microsoft Small Business Specialist
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