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Outlook Tasks Rollover to Next Day

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How can I automatically get Tasks I did not accomplish today to rollover to the next day?  As it is now, each day I have to manually move them to the current day, otherwise they appear red (late).
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When you click on Outlook Today (Outlook 2000), then click on Customize on right hand side.   On Tasks section make sure you have ALL TASKS checked.   This should carry your tasks forward from day to day.   It does on mine.
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