Although venerable Microsoft Office members Word, Excel, and Access all sport nifty new features in the 97 version of the suite, a whole new program, Outlook 97, has most to offer and most to get used to. Not to worry: Dummies 101: Microsoft Outlook 97 For Windows makes learning this breakthrough scheduling, personal information manager, and communications program an easy, step-by-step process. Thanks to quick lessons crafted by authors Kathy Ivens and Thomas E. Barich, you can soon be using Outlook 97 to
- Send e-mail messages over the Internet while keeping all the messages you receive organized for future reference
- Schedule appointments, project milestones, deadlines, special events, and even vacations so that you stay on track
- Replace the chaos of phone numbers on matchbooks, elusive business cards, and sticky notes with an efficient contact management tool
- Establish a paper trail for contracts and projects without encumbering yourself with time-gobbling overhead
- Link Outlook information to other relevant Office documents for instant access and less redundancy
Plus, Dummies 101: Microsoft Outlook 97 For Windows comes complete with a companion CD-ROM containing software to access the Internet through AT&T WorldNet Service, Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows 95 Web browser, the WinZip file compression program, and sample exercise files to use as you work through the lessons.