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How to stop outlook 2010 showing completed items in to do pane

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Hi all

I have a query regarding the to do bar in outlook 2010.

I am unable to prevent it showing completed items. If I hide items that are completed, it only remembers it for that session. Is there any way of stopping it showing them.
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items that are completed
>> are you choosing mark-completed on the selected\identified Outlook items?

> any missing updates for Outlook?
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Im choosing mark completed yes.

I use 3 different computers with outlook, they all behave the same way, all up to date.
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