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Chapter 11. Outlook Essentials > What's New in Office 2003

What's New in Office 2003

Outlook is one of the newer members of the Office family, but it's had more than its share of growing pains through the years. With each revision since its introduction in Office 97, Outlook has undergone wholesale changes. Its shortcomings and idiosyncrasies have made it difficult to set up and have been a source of endless frustration for support professionals and (ahem) computer book authors.


Despites its glitches and growing pains, Outlook has taken center stage in Office. If you use Outlook as your e-mail client at work or home, it's probably the first program you open when you turn on your computer, and it's the last one you close at the end of the day. And Outlook does much more than e-mail: Its ability to integrate and synchronize calendars, contacts, tasks, and e-mail on individual computers, handheld devices, and corporate networks makes it an indispensable tool for anyone who wants to get organized and stay that way.


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