Okay, maybe your daily adventures aren't exactly life-and-death struggles, but having a tool to help you keep a handle on what you need to do and whom you need to see from day to day is really nice. Microsoft Outlook 2000 has become that tool for millions of professionals – and probably you, too! Outlook 2000 is a Personal Information Manager that can act as your assistant in dealing with the flurry of small, but important, details that stand between you and the work that you do.
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Here are just a few things you can find in Microsoft Outlook 2000 For Windows For Dummies:
- Understanding the Outlook interface and finding the right View for you
- Using e-mail and filtering junk e-mail
- Setting up your contacts
- Scheduling appointments and meetings
- Tracking your task list
- Keeping an automatic journal in Outlook
- Sharing folders over the Internet
- Top Ten lists for creating better e-mail messages, using Outlook on the Internet, and finding shortcuts in Outlook
So whether you're using Outlook for the first time or you're an experienced user looking for ways to streamline Outlook, Microsoft Outlook 2002 For Windows For Dummies can help you organize your daily details and get back to business.