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Posted on 2003-10-21
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hi,

i thought solved the prolem already.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/MS_Office/Outlook/Q_20770323.html


but when i selected view all tasks, it is still empty, i can see my tasks on the left(the yellow pad), but not the taskpad...help...
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Okay, I was able to reproduce the error in Month view in my Calendar, it turns out that since the month view, I needed to move the bar on the right side of the calendar over to the left and my Taskpad reappeared.  If you are using month view, change to one of the other views and see if you taskpad is there, if so, try the above.
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i do not quite understand it...

right now, i have a yellow pad on the left which is day view....on the right side, i have two months at the top, and taskpad on the buttom
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help!!
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Okay so you can see your taskpad in day view, which view can you not see it?
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The tasks in my taskPad, they are in my "yellowPad", I was able to see them before....thanks
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