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Quick Course® in Microsoft® Outlook® 2000
Author Online Press, Inc.
Pages 160
Disk N/A
Level Beg/Int
Published 02/16/2000
ISBN 9780735610897
ISBN-10 0-7356-1089-4
Price(USD) $9.99
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Learn to use Microsoft Outlook 2000 in a hurry!

Quick Course books offer you streamlined instruction in the form of no-nonsense, to-the-point tutorials and learning exercises. The core of each book is a logical sequence of straightforward, easy-to-follow instructions for building useful business skills—the same skills that you use on the job. QUICK COURSE IN MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2000 offers you fast-paced tutorials to help you quickly grasp Outlook 2000 basics and build proficiency. Microsoft Outlook 2000 helps you organize information on your desktop and manage e-mail, calendars, contacts, tasks, and files. You can also communicate and share information with others over an intranet or the Internet. Topics covered by QUICK COURSE IN MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2000 include: • Introducing Outlook 98—two Outlook flavors; creating, editing, organizing, moving, and deleting notes; switching views; and customizing the Outlook window • Managing contacts—creating your own contact form and using the Outlook Address Book • Communicating with e-mail—composing and addressing messages; adding files; sending, retrieving, forwarding, deleting, and organizing messages • Managing your schedule • Keeping a to-do list • Checking ahead and looking back—using Outlook Today and Journal and archiving • Accessing the Internet via Outlook

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