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Printing or exporting the tasks list

Hi

Anyone know if its possible to print or export the tasks list from visual
studio.net?

I find it real useful being able to add comments that are flagged and can be
viewed in one list. What I'd reallly like is to be able to print them off...

TIA

Mark
Jul 21 '05 #1
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