"Outlook 2007 Tutorials - The Step-by-step Guide to
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Microsoft Outlook 2007 integrates e-mail, address books, calendars, note pads, task lists, and more into one place, and more importantly, makes this information immediately available to you when you need it.
For people who are dependent on electronic messages as a means of communicating with colleagues, clients, friends, and family members, Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 offers an ideal solution.
From one window, you can work with e-mail messages, find contact information, view upcoming appointments, and track tasks. From one place, you can quickly search your messages (and message attachments) and organize your work more easily.
Here is what you can do with Outlook:
- Send, receive, organize, and archive e-mail messages. Also, you can filter out annoying junk mail.
- Send various files as message attachments, and preview attachments you receive from other people.
- Store contact information in a transferable format that easily interacts with your e-mail system.
- Schedule events, appointments, and meetings, invite attendees, and reserve conference rooms, projectors, and other managed resources.
- View upcoming appointments and tasks, and receive reminders for them.
- Track tasks for yourself or for someone else, and schedule time to complete your tasks.
- Share schedule information with other people, inside and outside your organization.
- Track the interactions you have with other people.
- Organize and easily locate information in messages, attachments, calendars, contacts, and tasks.
- Have information from favorite Web sites delivered directly to you.
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