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Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 (Quicksteps)
Synopses & Reviews
We know a picture is worth a thousand words--so we went heavy on pictures and light on words in this easy-to-use guide. Color screenshots and brief instructions show you how to use all the powerful Outlook features in no time. Follow along and learn to handle e-mail, digitally sign messages, use Business Contact Manager, update your calendar, schedule appointments, use Outlook with PDAs, and so much more. Each chapters “How to” list and color-coded tabs make it easy to flip straight to the tasks you need to do. Get the book that gets you started using Outlook right away.
In Each Chapter:
Marty Matthews has more than 40 years of computing experience and has written more than 60 books, including Windows XP QuickSteps, Windows XP: A Beginners Guide, FrontPage 2003: The Complete Reference, and Outlook 98 Made Easy.Kellen Diamanti has been explaining technical topics for 30 years. She has designed and developed hundreds of articles, user manuals, videos, and computer-based training modules for laypersons and professionals in Fortune 500 companies as well as public agencies and educational institutions.Curt Simmons is a technology author and trainer. The best-selling author of more than 40 computer and technology books including How to Do Everything with Windows XP, Curt most enjoys writing about Microsoft operating systems and products.
Here comes QuickSteps — Fast, easy, accessible information on Outlook in a full-colour cookbook-style format.
Brace youself, because here comes QuickSteps: The fast, easy, accessible information on Outlook 2003 in a full-color cookbook-style format. Provides answers to all of your How-do-I questions in a concise and meaningful way. Lengthwise page layout allows for easy page viewing. Useful tips and cautions are displayed in the margins so that they dont break the flow of the quick steps themselves.
About the Author
Series editors Martin and Carole Matthews each have more than thirty years of computing experience. They have written 57 U.S. editions of 32 titles, a number of which have been critically acclaimed. Among their more recent books are: Windows XP, A Beginners Guide; FrontPage 2002: The Complete Reference; Windows 2000, A Beginners Guide; Office 2000 Answers, Certified Tech Support; Windows 98 Companion; and Windows 98 Answers, Certified Tech Support.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Stepping into Outlook
Chapter 3: Creating and Sending E-Mail
Chapter 5: Scheduling and the Calendar
Chapter 7: Using a Journal and Making Notes
Chapter 9: Using Forms, Labels, and Mail Merge