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    Task View (FP 2002)

    How does one locate the file that holds the Tasks for a FrontPage web? Besides using PrintScreen, how does one print the Task page and the history/ task page? Does anyone know how to do a macro to make the Task feature more user friendly? Mike

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    Re: Task View (FP 2002)

    The file containing the tasks for the web is one of the hidden ones in the _vti_pvt folder. I believe one of the .btr ones. I'd have to go look up my references to be 100% sure. I gather you want the file to be able to print out a list of tasks? Hmmm.
    What other user friendly features do you desire? VBA programming in Front Page is ugly (that's the censored version of what I normally say <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>). You could do a search back through this board to see the other programming solutions that have come up, though I don't remember any about the Tasks page.

    Going to check that reference now.
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    Re: Task View (FP 2002)

    Jeez it was right there in front of me!
    _x_todo.htm is the ACTIVE to do list.
    _x_todoh.htm is the todo list history.
    Both are nicely formatted - easy to print.

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