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    Format Due Date Column in Outlook (2003/SP2)

    I am using Outlook and would like to improve the task view by including a time that tasks are due. On my BlackBerry this works fine, but the drop down box in Outlook shows only date formats. Is there any way I can modify this dropdown box so that the column shows date and time?

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    Re: Format Due Date Column in Outlook (2003/SP2)

    Right Click on the Task Field header, and from the ensuing popup menu select the Field Chooser, then Drag 'Due Date' from the Field list to wherever you want in the header - when you drag to the task Field header the red bar will show the column where it will be placed. HTH.
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    Re: Format Due Date Column in Outlook (2003/SP2)

    Thanks John - the problem is that when I right click on the field, and then click on 'Format Column', the only options I have are dates - none of them have times. The format I want is available on the 'Reminder Time' field, but I can't find a way of getting that to the Due Date field.

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    Re: Format Due Date Column in Outlook (2003/SP2)

    I don't believe that Task Due dates or Task Start dates carry Times in Outlook. Only Task Reminders carry Times. Anyone know for certain?
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