In this new fifth edition, Michael Linenberger updates his longtime #1 bestselling Outlook book to cover Microsoft's new Outlook version 365, which includes desktop Outlook 2016 Windows and Mac (and Window Outlook 2013). This seminal guide presents the author's latest best practices of time, task, and e-mail management, applying these best practices in Microsoft Outlook. Strategies for using smartphones are included. Anyone who finds they are overburdened by e-mail or working too late each day will benefit from this book.
|Publisher:||New Academy Publishers|
|Edition description:||5th Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.90(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
Called the “Efficiency Guru” by The Detroit News, Michael Linenberger has been a management consultant and technology professional for more than 20 years. Formerly a V.P. at Accenture and head of the IT department at US Peace Corps, Michael now helps businesses learn his techniques of increasing workday productivity.
Table of Contents1 Introduction Chapter 2 1: Gaining Workday Control Chapter 3 2: The Best Practices of Task and E-Mail Management Chapter 4 3: Configuring Outlook for Task Management Chapter 5 4: Applying Task Management Best Practices in Outlook Chapter 6 5: Planning and Working Your Tasks in Outlook Chapter 7 6: Converting E Mail to Tasks and Using Workflows Chapter 8 7: Filing Your E-Mail Using Outlook Categories Chapter 9 8: Outlook-Based Delegation Chapter 10 9: Advanced Topics 11 Appendix A: Understanding Outlook Folders 12 Appendix B: Using Outlook AutoArchive 13 Appendix C: Resources 14 Index
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• "Drowning in e-mail? Take this advice from author and workplace efficiency expert Michael Linenberger..." CourierPost Online
• "If your Inbox has become a source of anxiety and stress... Michael Linenberger... has the solution" Investor's Business Daily
• "It's not spam or cc'd mail that slows down your e-mail processing..." (this book shows how to fix it) Fast Company
• "The system is easy to use... it works, it's not hard" Kurt Andrews, WIMO-AM Atlanta News Talk Radio