In it's current form you cannot do this.
However, there is an ER raised to do with this. If you read the comments, you may find a workaround for your situation that may assist.
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Thanks for responding Paul. I did find this out as well from another discussion saying that you can only have one instance of a manual action on a single status. I'll vote up the idea, but I also want to explain what I did for other noobs like myself...
I found via other discussions/documents saying to create objects/windows to associate with actions (this one explains it well: http://community.landesk.com/support/docs/DOC-3712). I did find the 'Object Creation Wizard' helpful in the fact that when you choose "Type of Object - created from xxx", it automagically creates the appropriate collections, so all that is left to do is create the action on the collection.
To acheive my goal of having multiple tasks and having the fields pre-populated:
I then designed windows for the new objects and added into my process using the new (manual) actions, which I was able to pre-populate the fields of the manual action windows within the process... with whatever text is needed. I then added automatic 'Add Task' actions after each manual action in the process and was able to set the value types of each, to link to the info enetered in the manual actions.
Here's some "after" pics of how things turned out:
New window designed from creating the object. Added into process as manual action and pre-populated it with desired text:
Automatic 'Add Task' action that follows the manual action. Valuetypes link to manual action:
Example of how it looks in process:
Hope this is helpful to others out there