You can create a Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 task from within Microsoft Office OneNote 2003. The task will be added to your Outlook Tasks list the next time you open Outlook. If you set a reminder to occur before you open Outlook again, you will not be prompted at the time that the reminder is scheduled to appear.
Note The feature or functionality described in this topic is available only if you have installed Microsoft Office OneNote 2003 Service Pack 1. To learn more about the service pack and how to download it, see Service pack features in OneNote 2003.
- If you want to include text from your notes in the body of the Outlook task, select the text.
To include the entire contents of a note container in the body of the Outlook task, place the insertion point in the note container.
- On the Tools menu, point to Create Outlook Item, and then click Create Outlook Task.
- In the Outlook Task window, enter the information you want, and then click Save and Close on the Standard toolbar.
Note If your installation of Office Outlook 2003 is configured for multiple e-mail profiles, you must first start Outlook before you can successfully create and save Outlook tasks in OneNote. To check the e-mail profiles on your computer, in Control Panel category view, click User Accounts, and then click Mail. If you are using Control Panel classic view, double-click the Mail icon.