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Outlook 2003: Part II

Outlook 2003: Part II
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ISBN: 978-87-403-0039-0
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Seiten : 116
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  1. Beschreibung
  2. Inhalt

Beschreibung

Microsoft Outlook is a software program that is part of the Microsoft Office suite. Outlook 2003 helps the user manage email messages, professional contacts, and calendars all in one place. This introductory textbook is meant for those who are new to the Outlook program. And although it is specific to an early version of Outlook, the text instructs the user in basic functionality which can also be applied to later versions of the program. It is available as a free e-book download here.

This Outlook 2003 user’s manual is divided into two parts. This second part of the manual begins with a detailed explanation of Outlook’s address book and contacts and teaches skills such as how to create and edit a personal distribution list, and locate and email a contact. This manual also details how to schedule appointments on the calendar, create a task list and assign tasks, utilize the Notes feature, share folders, use routing slips, and work offline. Detailed color screen shots are used for example throughout the text.

Those who need a basic introduction to the Outlook environment and to learn basic email skills and functionality within the program should download Part I of this user’s manual, also available for free here on bookboon.com.

Inhalt

  • Address Books & Contacts
    1. Address Books and Contacts
    2. Global Address Book
    3. Personal Address Book
    4. Creating a personal distribution list
    5. Editing a Personal Distribution List
    6. Contacts
    7. Viewing Contacts
    8. E-mailing a Contact
    9. Locating Contacts
  • Using the Calendar
    1. Using the Calendar
    2. Moving Between Dates
    3. Scheduling Appointments
    4. Recurring Appointments
    5. Booking Meetings
    6. Group Schedules
    7. Using the TaskPad
    8. Using Categories
    9. Calendar Colouring
    10. Viewing the Calendar
    11. Printing the Calendar
    12. Customising the Appearance of Calendar
  • The Task List
    1. The Tasks List
    2. Working with Tasks
    3. Editing Tasks
    4. Deleting a Task
    5. Viewing Tasks
    6. Marking Tasks as Complete
    7. Assigning Tasks
  • Notes
    1. Notes
    2. Creating, Editing and Deleting Notes
    3. Changing the View of notes
    4. Changing Notes Defaults
  • Sharing Folders
    1. Sharing Folders
    2. Delegate Access permissions
    3. Sharing Private Folders
  • Defining Views
    1. Define Views
  • Routing Slips
    1. Routing Slips
    2. To route a file
    3. Review tracked changes and comments
  • Work Offline
    1. Work Offline
    2. Remote Mail
    3. Offline folders
    4. Work offline using Exchange Server
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