Do you have more email accounts and messages than you can possibly manage? Do you often forget important details? How many times have you misplaced an important email address? Guess what? You can solve all these problems with Microsoft Outlook 2003, a component of Microsoft Office, and Outlook 2003 For Dummies will show you how! Over 100 million people use Outlook, but many only utilize a few features. Outlook is extremely versatile and can perform a wide range of functions like: E-mail organization Calendars and to-do lists Personal directories Journal-keeping With Outlook 2003 For Dummies, regarded as the #1 bestselling book on the subject, you will be able to get the most out of Outlook and finally organize your busy life. Whether youare in your home or office, Outlook can make your day go smoothly and more efficiently. This comprehensive guide explores: How to manage, organize, and get on top of your e-mails How to create your own virtual little black book Calendar features and how to manage and assign tasks Recording your activities with Outlook Notes and journal entries Outlook Express and how to get news e-mails from newsgroups Security features to keep your life private and safe Customizing Outlook with accessories Advanced functions and useful tips and shortcuts Written by Bill Dryszel, the award-winning author of Microsoft Outlook 2000 for Dummies, Treo Visor For Dummies, and Palm For Dummies, this book offers expert advice in a down-to-earth kind of manner. Outlook 2003 For Dummies offers a quick and easy way to get the hang of this useful program and start managing your daily tasks with efficiency.You can create a Distribution List in your Contacts module that includes the name of more than one person for those times when you send a message to several people simultaneously. You can also assign categories to your Distribution Lists anbsp;...
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