Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Installing and Using Outlook
The first thing required before you start using Outlook is, of course, to
install the program on your computer. This may have already been
done for you, but if not there’s nothing to worry about because it’s a
simple process. Next you should become familiar with the Outlook screen
and the way you use the screen elements to accomplish tasks. If you have
some computer experience this may seem like old hat to you, but given the
changes to the user interface it might still be worth your while to give this
section a quick look-over. Finally, this chapter takes a look at how you can use
Outlook’s online help to get detailed information about program operation.
Installing and activating Outlook
Understanding the Outlook
Using Outlook help
Your Outlook Installation
Many users will already have Outlook installed on their computer. If you are
using Outlook at your place of employment this will probably be the case,
and even if it’s not, you can be pretty sure that the IT department will want
to do the installation themselves. Or perhaps you bought a new computer
for use at home with Outlook already installed.
Seeing Whether Outlook Is Installed
If you are not sure whether Outlook is installed, follow these steps:
Click the Start button.
Click All Programs.
Click the Microsoft Office menu item.
On the final menu, look for a Microsoft Office Outlook 2007
menu item.
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