Outlook 2000 Fast and Easy

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Provides a series of step-by-step exercises and virtually teaches the reader how to access all the resources of Outlook and its components, including e-mail, calendar, contacts, tasks, and more. Includes installation instructions and a comprehensive glossary.
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Provides a series of step-by-step exercises and virtually teaches the reader how to access all the resources of Outlook and its components, including e-mail, calendar, contacts, tasks, and more. Includes installation instructions and a comprehensive glossary.
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This guide to the messaging and contact management program covers communicating via e-mail and faxes, scheduling with the calendar, and working with contacts, tasks, journal entries, and notes. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761519270
  • Publisher: Premier Press
  • Publication date: 5/1/1999
  • Series: Fast and Easy Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 374
  • Product dimensions: 7.38 (w) x 9.14 (h) x 0.89 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Part I: Getting Started with Outlook 2000
Chapter 1: Welcome to Outlook 2000
Starting Outlook
Working with the Choose Profile Dialog Box
Using Outlook for the First Time
Exiting Outlook
Chapter 2: Finding Your Way in Outlook
Understanding the Outlook Environment
Using Toolbars
Moving with Scroll Bars
Using Menus
Exploring Dialog Boxes
Using the Outlook Bar
Displaying the Folder List
Using Outlook Today
Customizing Outlook Today
Understanding Outlook Symbols
Chapter 3: Getting the Help You Need
Introducing the Office Assistant
Selecting an Office Assistant
Customizing the Office Assistant
Hiding the Office Assistant
Searching Contents and Index
Getting Help on the Web
Part I Review Questions
Part II: Communicating Via E-Mail and Faxes
Chapter 4: Creating New Messages
Addressing an E-mail Message
Formatting a Message
Formatting Text
Formatting Paragraphs
Adding an Automatic Signature
Choosing a Default Signature
Checking the Spelling of a Message
Setting Message Options
Using Message Flags
Creating a Draft Message
Working with Draft Messages
Attaching a File
Chapter 5: Sending and Tracking Messages
Sending a Mail Message
Viewing and Sorting Sent Messages
Recalling a Message
Resending a Message
Receiving Notification When a Message Is Read
Sending Replies to Another Individual
Delivering a Message at a Specific Time
Expiring a Message
Chapter 6: Reading and Responding to Messages
Changing How You View Your E-mail Messages
Using AutoPreview
Using the Preview Pane
Responding to E-mail Messages
Printing a Message
Navigating between E-mail Messages
Chapter 7: Managing Your Mail
Organizing Messages in Folders
Organizing Messages with Color
Controlling Junk and Adult-Content Mail
Adding Names to the Junk E-mail List
Making Exceptions to the Junk Senders List
Using the Rules Wizard
Finding Messages
Sorting Messages
Archiving Messages Automatically
Importing and Exporting Items from Archives and Other Programs
Chapter 8: Using the Address Book
Creating New E-mail Addresses
Using Groups
Editing E-mail Groups
Deleting Address Book Entries
Chapter 9: Sending and Receiving Faxes
Installing Symantec WinFax Starter Edition
Running the Setup Wizard
Creating a New Fax
Faxing an Office Document
Entering the Fax Number
Sending the Fax
Faxing a Document Directly from Another Application
Receiving a Fax
Viewing and Printing a Fax
Changing Your Fax Options
Part II Review Questions
Part III: Scheduling with the Calendar
Chapter 10: Viewing Your Calendar
Showing Different Calendar Views
Using Organize to Change Views
Adding Categories
Changing Your Calendar View
Creating Your Own Views
Using the Date Navigator
Viewing Different Months
Using the Date Navigator to Select a Series of Days
Using the Date Navigator to Select Non-Contiguous Days
Going to a Specific Date
Chapter 11: Scheduling Appointments
Creating an Appointment
Setting a Reminder
Moving the Appointment to a Different Date and Time
Changing Appointment Times
Scheduling a Recurring Appointment
Deleting an Appointment
Chapter 12: Planning an Event
Creating an Event
Viewing and Modifying Events
Scheduling a Recurring Event
Editing a Recurring Event
Deleting Recurring Events
Chapter 13: Requesting a Meeting
Planning a Meeting
Creating a Meeting Request
Scheduling a Recurring Meeting
Responding to a Meeting Request
Rescheduling a Meeting
Canceling a Meeting
Turning an Appointment into a Meeting
Chapter 14: Requesting an Online Meeting
Requesting an Online Meeting
Attending an Online Meeting
Making Any Meeting an Online Meeting
Part III Review Questions
Part IV: Keeping in Touch with Contacts
Chapter 15: Creating New Contacts
Creating a New Contact
Viewing the Address Map
Creating a New Contact from the Same Company
Adding a New Contact from an E-mail Message
Chapter 16: Working with Contacts
Editing a Contact
Printing a Contact
Sending an E-mail to a Contact
Writing a Letter to a Contact
Creating a Mail Merge with Contacts
Exploring a Contact's Web Page
Tracking Contact Activities
Calling a Contact
Chapter 17: Organizing Contacts
Finding a Contact
Using Folders to Organize Contacts
Using Categories to Organize Contacts
Using Views to Organize Contacts
Using Personal Distribution Lists
Part IV Review Questions
Part V: Staying on Top of Things with Tasks
Chapter 18: Creating Tasks
Adding a New Task
Setting a Reminder
Updating Tasks with Status Information
Sending Status Reports
Marking a Task as Complete
Deleting a Task
Chapter 19: Assigning Tasks
Creating a Task Request
Responding to a Task
Delegating Tasks
Declining a Task after You Have Accepted It
Chapter 20: Organizing Tasks
Using Folders to Organize Tasks
Using Categories to Organize Tasks
Using Views to Organize Tasks
Sorting the Task List
Printing the Task List
Part V Review Questions
Part VI: Tracking Your Time with the Journal
Chapter 21: Working with Journal Entries
Automatically Tracking Journal Activities
Creating a New Journal Entry
Modifying a Journal Entry
Deleting a Journal Entry
Chapter 22: Changing the Journal View
Viewing the Journal
Using Categories to Organize the Journal
Displaying Journal Entries by Category
Customizing Views
Part VI Review Questions
Part VII: Capturing Your Thoughts with Notes
Chapter 23: Working with Notes
Creating a Note
Editing a Note
Categorizing a Note
Turning a Note into Another Outlook Item
Deleting a Note
Chapter 24: Changing the Look of Notes
Changing Note Color
Changing Note Defaults
Changing the Notes Display
Changing the Notes View
Sorting and Filtering Notes
Sorting Notes
Filtering Notes
Part VII Review Questions
Part VIII: Customizing Outlook
Chapter 25: Accessing Frequently Used Commands
Adding Commands to Toolbars
Deleting Toolbar Buttons
Resetting Toolbars
Adding Groups to the Outlook Bar
Adding Shortcuts to the Outlook Bar
Chapter 26: Customizing Your Messages
Sending Mail Messages Using Stationery
Using Other Stationery Patterns
Using Microsoft Word as Your E-mail Editor
Sending Messages Directly from Word
Chapter 27: Changing Preferences and Options
Customizing E-mail Options
Customizing Preferences
Additional Preferences
Part VIII Review Questions
Part IX: Appendixes
Appendix A: Office 2000 Installation
Installing the Software
Choosing Components
Working with Maintenance Mode
Repairing or Reinstalling Office
Adding and Removing Components
Removing Office from Your PC
Installing Content from Other Office CDs
Appendix B: Using Keyboard Shortcuts
Top Ten Keyboard Shortcuts in Microsoft Outlook 2000
Learning the Basic Shortcuts
Using Menu Item Hot Keys
Working with Messages
Receiving and Reading Messages
Composing and Sending Messages
Working with Other Outlook Features
Calendar
Contacts
Notes and Tasks
Glossary
Index
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