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Well, in this article I’m going to cover another automation task – actually one that I’ve used often more recently – to automatically update an Excel spreadsheet with all of your remaining active Outlook tasks at the end of the day.

There are a lot of reasons you may want to do this.

I have a blog post on Outlook Certificate Errors which applies to Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010, and Outlook 2013. That blog post describes an incorrect certificate on Exchange itself.

Maybe automatically firing off an email with the list of tasks, or outputting them to an HTML file and FTPing it to your web server?

Can you think of any other cool uses for this technique?

This will make outlook produce the Excel spreadsheet report at the end of the day, all on its own.

So, now here’s what the finished spreadsheet looks like. Well, I set it up to run on the event, which runs when you exit Outlook at the end of the day.

Dim str Report As String Dim olname Space As Outlook.

Your Outlook app just created a new Excel file called “My Active Tasks.xls” in the C:\temp directory, and created a header for the tasks that you’re about to insert.

Whether or not you are a fan of Microsoft, one good thing that can be said about MS Office products, at least, is how easy it is to integrate each of them with one another. So, now it’s time to extract your tasks and insert them into the Excel file.

Just think of the power that comes from having incoming emails automatically generating new tasks or new calendar appointments, or having a completed task automatically email your boss with the updated status report from the task description. I use a “y” variable starting at two in order to make sure the first row that’s used isn’t the first, because I don’t want to overwrite the header.y = 2 For x = 1 To tasks.

Maybe you want to track your unfinished tasks on a daily basis in a format that you can quickly mail off to someone (not so easy to do with Outlook tasks).

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