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Ms Outlook - Hide inactive tasks

Posted on 2005-04-19
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Hi,

I just do not remember this simple thing :

I want to be able to hide or show the completed tasks from my Ms Outlook Tasks Pane.
I did it before but do not remember now.

I use both Office XP and Office 2003 at my company, depending on which workstations. ..

how do I do this on both ?
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