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    Mats Forssén commented  · 

    Add an option (a check box) to mark that the due date as fixed, so that the due date doesn’t move when you change the start date.
    I manage my workdays by reviewing the To Do-list every morning and afternoon. If there is no time to some of the tasks during the day, I decide whether I will do them tomorrow or a later date. The only problem is that the due date for the task is moved forward every time I change the start date for the task…
    In the real world you have tasks that are to be completed on a specific, given day, no matter when you start to do the task or if you decide to postpone it. Please change Outlook, so that it is possible to keep track of those due dates as well, in a reliable manner.
    Keep up the good work, MS :-)

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    Mats Forssén commented  · 

    Hello!
    When I write a document in Word, I can easily see, down the left hand corner, which language a text is written in, and I can also quickly and easily switch from, for example, Swedish to English and vice versa. This makes it easy to check if any English words are spelled incorrectly, even if they are imprinted in other Swedish text.
    When I type text in an email in Outlook, I miss the corresponding function and it would be great, for ease of use, if you could enhance the email function with that functionality.
    Keep up the good work!

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