Create new and change default priorities in Outlook 2007 Tasks

Posted on 2010-01-07
Last Modified: 2012-08-13

Hi want to change the default options on the priority field for the Outlook 2007 tasks to something more useful, such as: critical, urgent, normal, not urgent and When possible.

How can I achieve this?
Question by:Menshen
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    Hi, Menshen.

    The priorities cannot be changed.  The only solution would be to develop your own custom task form that emulates Outlook's task form.  The problem with that is that your custom form will not have all the functionality that Outlook's built-in form has.

    Author Comment

    Thanks for your input BlueDevilFan.
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    by:David Lee
    You're welcome.

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