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Part V: Organize with Microsoft Outlook > Organizing with Microsoft Outlook

Chapter 15. Organizing with Microsoft Outlook

The best data organizer in the world can’t help you if you just throw all your data in a corner. If you want to get organized and stay organized, you first have to create places in which to store different pieces of information—and then discipline yourself to use the system you’ve created. Doesn’t sound like fun, does it? Many of us prefer to deal with things as they come and “remember” where things are on our desks or in the filing cabinet. Gradually, we learn that getting organized—without driving ourselves nuts in the process—helps us work smarter and more efficiently, no matter what we’re doing.

This chapter focuses on how you can use Microsoft Outlook to get organized. Specifically, you’ll learn how to manage the volumes of e-mail you receive and filter out the junk. You’ll also learn to organize your contact information and work with the Address Book to record important items you’ll need to know later.


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