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Part 6. Using Outlook

Part 6. Using Outlook

Outlook is a desktop information manager you can use to organize and manage your daily activities at home or at the office. Outlook is extremely versatile; you can schedule and keep track of your daily appointments, build and maintain a database of people you contact the most, create "to do" lists for projects or events and track each item's status, jot down electronic notes, and more. In addition to managing your daily commitments, you can track and manage your e-mail correspondence. You can send and receive e-mail from the Outlook window, whether it's messages sent to Internet users or to colleagues on your company LAN, WAN, or intranet.

The tasks in this part cover the basic features of using Outlook, including how to manage appointments and tasks, send and receive e-mail, and organize contact information.


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