This guide assists all levels of Microsoft Outlook users in furthering their understanding of the program's features, from communicating with an ever-growing list of contacts to upgrading installations. A full range of functions are discussed, such as adding an appointment to a calendar, sending a message to only a portion of a distribution list, creating e-mail templates, and customizing menus and toolbars. Also addressed are setting up the Microsoft Free/Busy service, working with Internet faxes, and backing up data.Unleash the Power of Outlook 2003 Stephen J. Link ... Figure 8-56 Name a New Distribution List and Add Members 3. ... To create a distribution list from an existing e-mail, open an e-mail that has a list of contacts you want in a Distribution List.
|Author||:||Stephen J. Link|
|Publisher||:||Tickling Keys, Inc. - 2004-09-01|