With Outlook 2000, Microsoft Office's desktop information manager, you can organize your business and personal life, share information through your company network or across the Internet, and collaborate on group projectsall from one place. Just as Outlook makes workplace collaboration easier and more productive, Outlook 2000 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide is the quickest and most efficient way to learn this productivity-boosting app.
Outlook 2000: VQS takes a comprehensive, task-based approach that starts with a big-picture overview, then covers the most important features of the program with straightforward, step-by-step instructions and plentiful screenshots. You'll learn how to send and organize email and faxes, keep a calendar and schedule meetings with colleagues, store contact information and use it to send messages from Outlook, keep track of your personal to-do list and manage group projects, create and store sticky notes, and share all of the above with others. Platform: WIN
Table of Contents
New Features in Outlook 2000. How to Use the Book. How to Contact the Author.
1. Setting Up Outlook 2000.
Running Outlook. Supplying Setup Information.
2. Getting Started Using Outlook.
The Outlook Window. How Outlook Is Organized. Learning Basic Windows and Office Techniques. Consulting the Assistant. Getting Around in Outlook.
3. Working with Outlook Items.
Creating Items. Opening Items. Editing Items. Selecting Text. Formatting Text. Copying and Moving Text. Checking Spelling. Inserting Files, Items, and Objects. Copying and Moving Items. Removing and Archiving Items. Using Different Views. Sorting, Filtering, and Grouping Items. Using the Organize Page. Finding Outlook Items and Disk Files.
4. Working with Outlook Folders.
Creating New Folders. Moving and Copying Folders. Renaming Folders. Removing Folders. Sharing Outlook Folders over the Internet. Sharing Folders Over a Network. Other Outlook Folder Operations.
5. Using Outlook Today.
Working with Outlook Today. Customizing Outlook Today.
6. Using the Inbox to Manage Messages.
Receiving E-mail Messages. Receiving E-mail Messages. Reading E-mail Messages. Receiving Fax Messages. Sending E-mail Messages. Sending Fax Messages. Systematizing Your E-mail and Fax Messages. Modifying the Current View.
7. Using the Calendar.
Creating Appointments. Defining Events. Scheduling Meetings. Working with Items in the Calendar Folder.
8. Using the Contacts Folder.
Creating Contact Items. Working with Items in the Contacts Folder.
9. Using the Tasks Folder.
Creating Task Items. Working with Items in the Tasks Folder.
10. Using the Journal.
Recording Journal Entries. Working with Items in the Journal Folder.
11. Using the Notes Folder.
Creating New Notes. Working with Items in the Notes Folder.
12. Managing Your Disk Files and Folders.
Working with Files. Working with File Folders.
13. Exploring the Web in Outlook.
Displaying a Web Page.
14. Customizing Outlook.
Customizing the Toolbars and Menus. Changing the Office Assistant. Modifying the Outlook Bar. Adjusting Views. Attaching a Home Page to an Outlook Folder.
Appendix A: Configuring Outlook.
Changing Your Basic E-mail Configuration. Setting Up and Modifying the Internet Only E-mail Configuration. Setting Up and Modifying the Corporate or Workgroup E-mail Configuration. Using Several Profiles. Importing Settings or Data from Another E-Mail Program. Adding or Removing Outlook Components.