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Sometimes all it takes to get your world under control is checking off tasks on a list.
Office.com has lots of already-made checklist templates to meet your needs, including those for general projects, travel planning, or daily tasks.
But if you're a Type A personality, making your own list is the first step to regaining control. Word can help. The Make a checklist in Word article on Office.com has step-by-step instructions to show you how. Follow them and you can create a list that looks like this:
The cool thing about Word checklists is that you can use them electronically--within Word--or print them out on paper. If you do it electronically, you can send the list to others to make them accountable (ahem!) for checking off tasks assigned to them.
Happy cleaning out your garage time!
What if you have so many checklists that have morphed into each other over time that you can't figure out how to mush them all together? I need a template for that...
Hi Leslie, thank you for sharing this tip. Please note that the hyperlink you provided is broken. You need to remove "office.http/" from the URL.
The link "Make a checklist in Word" is broken...
Hello, Leslie! Checklists are indeed very useful. The only thing I miss a lot is 3 state support: checked (pass), checked (failed) and unchecked. Should there be a solution, please let me know!