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  • Projects In Outlook

    I have been reading GTD and reviewing everything I can on the website. Since I use Outlook 98 in conjunction with my iPAQ, I cannot use the GTD addin.

    For those not using the addin for Outlook , I'm curious how projects and their action items get set up. Do you create a bunch of Categories preceded by the word "Project?" (i.e. Project - Empty Garage, Project - Do Taxes)

    l also assume you really only want your true current actions for a project in your action lists. So where do you keep the list of actions that will be coming later for that project?

    I know I could purchase the pdf booklet on how to set up Outlook but $30 sounds a bit stiff just for that. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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    Check out Bill Kratz's Projects-as-Contacts method at http://home.comcast.net/~whkratz/

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    • #3
      Bill Kratz's web site is gone

      Is there a complete description of the "projects-as-contacts" located anywhere else?

      Thanks

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      • #4
        Julian - As far as anyone knows this whole idea was Bill's and no one seems to know what has happened to him. Anyway, there is a backdoor into his site. You may find what you are looking for here:
        http://home.comcast.net/~whkratz/id3.htm

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        • #5
          Thank you!

          I pride myself on finding anything on the web, but I couldn't find that back door using multiple search engines and complex search strategies.

          Amazing how far one can get with a plain English request to another human being!

          Thank you,

          Julian

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          • #6
            Julian - I found the link in the GTD_Palm Yahoo! Group.

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            • #7
              Thanks again

              Ricky,

              Thanks again.
              (I saved the page as a PDF for future reference.)

              Julian

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