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A to-do list records and displays tasks that need to be completed for a project.

To create a to-do list and add an item to it

  1. Choose View > To-Do List.
  2. In the To-Do List dialog box, right-click and choose Add.
  3. In the Add To-Do Item dialog box, enter a description of the task and adjust the other fields as necessary.
  4. Click OK.

To add a to-do list item as a comment in code

  1. In the Code Editor, position your cursor where you want to add the comment.
  2. Right-click and choose Add To-Do List Item.
  3. In the Add To-Do Item dialog box, select the item that you want to add.
  4. Click OK.

The item is added as a comment to your code, beginning with the word TODO.

To mark a to-do list item as completed

  1. Choose View > To-Do List.
  2. In the To-Do List dialog box, check the check box next to the item to indicate completion. The item remains in the list, but the text is crossed out. If the item was added as a comment to code, the comment is updated to indicate DONE instead of TODO.

To filter the items in a to-do list

  1. Choose View > To-Do List.
  2. Right-click the To-Do List dialog box and choose Filter.
  3. Choose either Categories > , Owner > , or Item types, depending on which you want to filter.
  4. In the Filter To-Do List dialog box, uncheck the items that you want to hide in the to-do list.
  5. Click OK. The to-do list is redisplayed, with the filtered items hidden. The status bar at the bottom of the To-Do List dialog box indicates how many items are hidden due to filtering.

To delete an item from a to-do list

  1. Choose View > To-Do List.
  2. In the To-Do List dialog box, select the item to delete.
  3. Right-click and choose Delete. The item is removed from the to-do list. If the item was added as a comment to code, the comment is also removed.
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