Outlook 98 Made Easy

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Osborne/McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Computers - 484 pages
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Under the new Made Easly editorial layout, users are shown the best way to accomplish real tasks in Outlook 98--while delving deeper to show readers the when, why, and how's of the more advanced jobs. Chapters are organized so that the reader does not have to wade through linerar material the way most lower-end tutorials are constructed. ""Putting it to Work"" elements focus on real-world usage of Outlook 98 features. Book focuses on 4 ""actual scenarios that enable the reader to perform critical tasks: 1) Individual consultant working from home office 2) Small Organization housed in one office 3) Larger organization working over an intranet 4) Committee working exclusively over the Internet.

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Welcome to Outlook 98
Exploring Outlook 98
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Marty and Carole Matthews are the authors or coauthors of more than 70 books, including Windows Vista QuickSteps and Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 QuickSteps. They are the creators of the QuickSteps series.

Bobbi Sandberg is a consultant, an instructor, and a retired CPA, as well as the coauthor of Quicken 2007 QuickSteps and two other books.

Martin S. Matthews (Freeland, WA) is the best-selling author of more than 50 books, including FrontPage 2000: The Complete Reference and Windows 2000: A Beginner's Guide.

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