Microsoft Outlook 2000

Microsoft Outlook 2000

by Jennifer Fulton


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Microsoft Outlook 2000 by Jennifer Fulton

Easy Microsoft Outlook 2000 shows the beginning Outlook user just what he needs to know to become productive with Outlook 2000 in the shortest time possible. The book covers all the components of Outlook 2000 from e-mail to scheduling and information management.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780789719157
Publisher: Que
Publication date: 04/27/1999
Series: Easy Ser.
Pages: 207
Product dimensions: 10.05(w) x 7.92(h) x 0.62(d)

Table of Contents


1. Moving Between the Outlook Folders.
2. Using Outlook Today.
3. Customizing Outlook Today.
4. Adjusting the Size of Columns.
5. Sorting Items in a Folder.
6. Changing Views.
7. Opening a Document from Within Outlook.
8. Creating an Office Document from Within Outlook.


1. Creating and Sending a Message.
2. Creating a Message Using Stationary.
3. Formatting Text.
4. Setting Message Options.
5. Specifying Where Replies to Your Messages are Sent.
6. Saving a Message and Sending it Later.
7. Recalling a Message You've Sent.
8. Resending a Message.
9. Attaching a File to a Message.
10. Inserting a Hyperlink to a File.
11. Adding a Link to a Web Page.
12. Creating an Office Document and Sending it in a Message.
13. Creating an Office Document and Sending it in an Envelope.
14. Attaching an Outlook Item to a Message.
15. Creating an AutoSignature.
16. Checking Spelling.
17. Adding Voting Buttons to a Message.
18. Responding to a Voting Message.
19. Checking Responses to a Voting Message.
20. Manually Checking for New Messages.
21. Checking for Messages Remotely.
22. Reading Your Messages.
23. UsingAutoPreview.
24. Reading a Message in a Public Folder.
25. Posting a Response to a Conversation.
26. Starting a New Conversation in a Public Folder.
27. Flagging Messages You've Read.
28. Removing a Flag.
29. Opening an Attached File.
30. Saving an Attached File.
31. Replying to a Message.
32. Forwarding a Message.
33. Sending a Fax.
34. Receiving a Fax.
35. Allowing Someone Else to Answer Your Mail.
36. Allowing Others to View Your Mail.
37. Opening Someone Else's Mail.
38. Organizing the Inbox with Colors.
39. Stopping Junk Mail.
40. Printing a Message.

III. Tracking Appointments, Meetings, and Other Events.

1. Selecting the Day You Want to View.
2. Viewing a Week or a Month at a Time.
3. Scheduling an Appointment.
4. Associating a Contact Name with an Appointment.
5. Scheduling a Meeting.
6. Scheduling an Event.
7. Scheduling Time for a Task.
8. Scheduling a Recurring Appointment, Meeting, or Event.
9. Responding to a Meeting Request.
10. Handling Meeting Requests Automatically.
11. Canceling a Meeting.
12. Changing an Appointment, Meeting, or Event.
13. Adding Holidays.
14. Sharing Your Calendar .
15. Printing Your Calendar.

IV. Keeping Track of Things to Do with the Tasks List.

1. Adding a Task.
2. Using Calendar to Add a Task.
3. Associating a Contact Name with a Task.
4. Adding a Recurring Task.
5. Updating the Status of a Task.
6. Sending a Status Report.
7. Assigning a Task to Someone Else.
8. Responding to a Task Request.
9. Sharing Your Tasks List.
10. Adding a Task While Giving a PowerPoint Presentation.
11. Printing the Tasks List.

V. Maintaining a Journal and Keeping Track of Small Notes.

1. Automatically Recording Your Activities.
2. Viewing Journal Activities.
3. Viewing Entries Stored in the Contacts Folder.
4. Creating a Journal Entry for an Incoming Phone Call.
5. Entering Activities Manually.
6. Creating a Note.
7. Colorizing Your Notes.
8. Printing a Note.

VI. Deleting, Organizing, and Locating Your Outlook Items.

1. Deleting an Item.
2. Emptying the Deleted Items Folder.
3. Copying an Item.
4. Moving an Item.
5. Searching for a Particular Item.
6. Creating Folders to Organize Items.
7. Using Categories to Organize Items.
8. Archiving Important Items.
9. Retrieving Archived Items.
10. Opening the Archive File to Retrieve Selected Items.
11. Adding a New Group to the Outlook Bar.
12. Adding a Shortcut to the Outlook Bar.

VII. Using the Office Assistant to Get Help.

1. Asking the Assistant a Question.
2. Displaying a Hint.
3. Selecting a New Assistant.
4. Setting Options for the Assistant.

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