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Chapter 1: The Outlook Features You Really Need to Know
Chapter 1
The Outlook Features You
Really Need to Know
In This Chapter
Reading and creating e-mail
Sending files by e-mail
Checking your calendar
Entering appointments and contacts
Managing tasks
Keeping notes
I’m kicking off this topic with Outlook’s Greatest Hits — the things you’ll
want to do with Outlook every single day. The list sounds simple enough:
sending e-mail, making appointments, and so on. But most people only use
about 5 percent of Outlook’s power. Even if you move up to using 10 percent
of Outlook’s features, you’ll be amazed at how this little program can
streamline your life and spiff up your communications. People get pretty excited
about Outlook — even if they take advantage of only a tiny fraction of what the
package can do. But there’s more here than meets the eye; Outlook does
ordinary things extraordinarily well. I know you want to do the same, so read on.
Explaining Why So Many
People Use Outlook
Millions of people use Outlook because millions of people use Outlook. That’s
not redundant — Outlook is the standard tool for communicating, collaborating,
and organizing for hundreds of millions of people around the world. When so
many people use the same tool for organizing the things they do individually,
it becomes vastly easier for everyone to organize the things they do together
by using that tool. That’s the case with Outlook. It’s a powerful tool even if
you work all alone, but that power gets magnified when you use it to
collaborate with others.
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