Quick Course in Microsoft Outlook 2000: Fast-track Training for Busy People

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Online Press, 1999 - Computers - 148 pages
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The authors show how to use Outlook 2000 to keep track of schedules, tasks, and contacts and to communicate with colleagues and friends. Other topics include exploring the Journal component, logging Outlook activities and documents, and archiving old Outlook items.

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Contents

Introducing Outlook 2000
2
Managing Contacts
34
Creating Your Own Contact Form
47
Using Contacts to Write a Letter
55
Communicating with EMail
60
Organizing Messages
75
Managing Your Schedule
84
Editing Appointments
93
Customizing Calendar
103
Keeping a ToDo List
108
Designating Tasks as Complete
115
Checking Ahead and Looking Back
124
Archiving Outlook Files
138
Index
142
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About the author (1999)

Joyce Cox has 20+ years of experience developing training materials on technical subjects for non-technical audiences, specializing in Office and Windows? technologies.

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