Synopses & Reviews
Manage your e-mail, appointments, contacts, and more
Packed with time-saving tips, tricks, and shortcuts
Harness the power of Outlook to get organized and get more done Outlook can help you stay on top of your e-mail, stay in touch with your customers, and stay on schedule. Sound complicated? Don't worry! With Outlook expert Bill Dyszel at your side, you'll quickly get up to speed on the basics and discover just how easy it is to put Outlook to work.
Discover how to: Sort and manage e-mail Keep up with your contacts Schedule tasks and meetings Keep notes using the Journal and Sticky Notes Share information over a network Personalize Outlook
The Dummies Way Explanations in plain English "Get in, get out" information Icons and other navigational aids Tear-out cheat sheet Top ten lists A dash of humor and fun
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A fast and easy reference that provides a complete overview of Outlook, Microsoft's desktop information management application. 150 illustrations.
Who, what, where, and when? We've become an information-driven culture, and keeping track of the people, places, and events in our busy lives can mean the difference between success and catastrophe. So toss out all those sticky notes and pieces of paper scattered far and wide, and turn to Microsoft's Outlook 98 for real-world scheduling and information-management solutions.
Outlook 98 keeps track of names, addresses, and essential contact information; schedules meetings and appointments; sends and receives e-mail; and manages to-do lists for all occasions. And the best way to keep on top of Outlook 98 is with a copy of Microsoft Outlook 98 For Windows For Dummies, packed with timesaving tips and practical advice on making Outlook 98 work for you. Don't be left out of the loop on timely or critical information -- get organized and up to speed with Microsoft Outlook 98 For Windows For Dummies today.
About the Author
Bill Dyszel writes for PC Magazine, Windows Sources, Computer Shopper, and other magazines, and is the author of several computer books.
Table of Contents
PART I: The Outlook Lookout.
Chapter 1: This Is Your Life with Outlook.
Chapter 2: Inside Outlook: Mixing, Matching, and Managing Information.
Chapter 3: No Typing, Please! -- Drag 'til You Drop.
Chapter 4: Files and Folders: A Quick Course in Keeping Things Straight.
Chapter 5: How You See It: Views and New Views.
Chapter 6: Creating Your Own Forms.
PART II: E-Mail and Contacts: Not Just Playing Post Office.
Chapter 7: E-Mail: Basic Delivery.
Chapter 8: E-Mail: Special Delivery.
Chapter 9: Sorting Your Mail.
Chapter 10: Your Little Black Book: Creating Contact Lists.
Chapter 11: Personal Distribution Lists and Address Books.
Chapter 12: Internet Mail Tricks.
PART III: Taking Care of Business.
Chapter 13: Days and Dates: Keeping Your Calendar.
Chapter 14: A Sticky