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When creating tasks with flags I would like to assign a due date and be able to view flags by due date. Can this be done? -- yo...

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    Assigning due date for task

    When creating tasks with flags I would like to assign a due date and be able
    to view flags by due date. Can this be done?



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    yo
    eon
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    Re: Assigning due date for task

    On Tue, 26 Oct 2004 12:07:02 -0700, eon
    <microsoft.com> wrote:
     

    If you only want to search for specific dates you could just type "Due
    date:" then use Insert date to enter the date/time information.

    Then just enter "Due date: 10/26/2004" in the Search box to search for
    all pages with the desired due date.

    You could also search for all dates in a month by using, for example,
    "Due date: 10/" in the Search box.

    It's not a perfect solution but would work for simple cases.

    Andrew Watt
    MVP - InfoPath
    Andrew
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    Re: Assigning due date for task

    It is not so much that you need to 'search' for a 'to do' due date; the due
    date is somewhat essential for managing To Do lists! I need to produce a list
    of actions due this week, next week, last week, overdue, etc. I need to split
    these out by clients, projects as well as by just the date - ie, all the
    simple Task List actions that Outlook and the myriad of other similar tools
    will do.

    It seems extraordinary that OneNote does not have this facility! In every
    other respect, OneNote is ideal for me, helping to manage multiple concurrent
    projects for several clients and prospective clients. However, without this
    due date on the To Do actions, I won't be able to use it. In order to get
    this functionality, I would have to copy the OneNote tasks to Outlook, set
    the (client) Category on Outlook, and then view my to do lists in Outlook.
    Might as well use Outlook!

    Is there any other way to get the date into the OneNote to do lists?

    Piers



    "Andrew Watt [MVP - InfoPath]" wrote:
     
    Piers

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