How do I view 'All Tasks' in outlook, regardless of the task folder it is in?

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alexburn

I have a hierarchy of tasks in subfolders like this:-

Tasks (Root)

- Main Folder 1

--- Sub Folder 1

----- Sub Sub Folder 1

--- Sub Folder 2

- Main Folder 2

--- Sub Folder 1

--- Sub Folder 2

I would like to be able to view 'All Tasks' in a single view. I had originally hoped that the root tasks folder would provide this, but I see it doesn't.

I have heard that a solution may be to use the 'Search Folders' function, but I do not know what criteria to use to distinguish between Tasks and any other Outlook item.

Any help appreciated.

Thanks.

(Outlook 2007 in XP)
 
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Roady [MVP]

Use the To-Do List in the Tasks Navigation (CTRL+4). You can create various views if you need to do some additional filtering and sorting.

Robert Sparnaaij

 
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alexburn

Whilst the To Do Bar is useful, it does not quite give me the functionality I need as it can only be viewed as a bar.

I need the ability to view many tasks with many columns... the To Do Bar is just a little too inconvenient.

Thanks, but any other suggestions?
 
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