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    Show takss with date in calendar (2000)

    Can you have tasks that have been assigned a date show up on your calendar? I have searched through Help, the internet, and this forum, but don't see any way.

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    Howard

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    Re: Show takss with date in calendar (2000)

    I'm not sure what you're asking.

    If you want it on the screen, select your calendar, then View Menu | Current View | Day week month view. The tasks should show up in the bottom right panel.

    If you're asking about a report, you still have to be in the day week month view. Also, when you're in File | Print, you need to select the Daily Style. You may need to go into the page setup and put a check in the "tasks" option.

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    Re: Show takss with date in calendar (2000)

    Not automatically. If OldDog's trick (pun intended) doesn't do what you want, you could do the following, but it is a completely manual process (could be automated with VBA): open the Task, select File, Copy to Folder, copy it to the calendar. This will open a calendar item with the task as an inserted item, usually on today's date, so then change the calendar item date to the task due date.
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    Re: Show takss with date in calendar (2000)

    Another dimension on the previous answers. <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>

    You can drag tasks onto the calendar and turn a copy of them into a "meeting" by selecting 'save and close'.

    If necessary you can drag several items at once to create a single meeting - somtimes handy where a lot of little tasks can become the agenda.

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