Microsoft Outlook for Dummiesby Idg Publishing, Dummies Technical Press Staff
When you open up your brand-new Microsoft Office 97 productivity software suite, you find an exciting new program: Outlook, Microsoft's cutting-edge e-mail tool and personal information manager. With its workgroup collaboration features, including task and contact lists, Outlook is one program you want to take advantage of right away. Use your e-mail to create contact lists and maintain your calendar; use your contact list and calendar to generate e-mail and schedule appointments; keep electronic sticky notes that can serve as reminders, and track it all with a nifty journaling feature. Outlook lets you drag and drop items from one module to another for instant integration and can seamlessly interact with the rest of the Microsoft Office 97 productivity suite as well. Microsoft Outlook For Dummies shows you how. Plus, with author Bill Dyszel's expert guidance, you get practical, how-to tips on effectively integrating Outlook with all your other programs, so you can improve accuracy while cutting redundancy.
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