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How to: Create a Recurrent Task

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This example creates a recurrent task.

This code sample creates a TaskItem object and uses the GetRecurrencePattern method of the TaskItem to make the task a recurrent task.

If you use Microsoft Visual Studio to test this code sample, you must first add a reference to the Microsoft Outlook 12.0 Object Library component and specify the Outlook variable when you import the Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook namespace. The Imports or using statements must not occur right before the functions in the Code section but must be added before the public Class declaration. The following lines of code show how to do the import and assignment in Visual Basic and in C#:

using Outlook = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook;
private void CreateRecurringTask()
{
    Outlook.TaskItem task = Application.CreateItem(
        Outlook.OlItemType.olTaskItem) as Outlook.TaskItem;
    task.Subject = "Tax Preparation";
    task.StartDate = DateTime.Parse("4/1/2007 8:00 AM");
    task.DueDate = DateTime.Parse("4/15/2007 8:00 AM");
    Outlook.RecurrencePattern pattern =
        task.GetRecurrencePattern();
    pattern.RecurrenceType = Outlook.OlRecurrenceType.olRecursYearly;
    pattern.PatternStartDate = DateTime.Parse("4/1/2007");
    pattern.NoEndDate = true;
    task.ReminderSet = true;
    task.ReminderTime = DateTime.Parse("4/1/2007 8:00 AM");
    task.Save();
}
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