Make Outlook 2007 To-Do Bar tasks change by date selected in Date Navigator

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In version 2003 I could modify my taskpad so that only today's tasks and overdue tasks would show up AND when I picked a future date in the date navigator, not only would my appointments change to reflect that date, but also my tasks. -Select one day view -View, Task Pad -View, Active tasks for selected days How is that accomplished in the 2007 version? So far I have only figured out how to filter my tasks on the to-do bar "In the next 7 days" but the tasks remain the same even when I click on a future week using the date navigator. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
ASKED: March 6, 2009  10:44 PM
UPDATED: June 9, 2010  6:39 PM

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Has anybody been able to solve the above question: In version 2003 you could modify taskpad in Calendar so that only today’s tasks and overdue tasks would show up AND when you picked a future date in the date navigator, not only would appointments change to reflect that date, but also tasks.

In 2003:
-Select one day view
-View, Task Pad
-View, Active tasks for selected days

Can that be accomplished in the 2007 version?

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