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Entering a Task
3. Fill in the blanks on the form.
An example appears in Figure 1-4.
4. Click the Save & Close button.
Presto — you have a Contacts list.
Figure 1-4:
information about
you know in
the Contacts
Outlook’s Contacts feature can be a lot more than your Little Black Book — if
you know the ropes. Chapter 7 reveals the secrets of searching, sorting, and
grouping the names in your list — and of using e-mail to keep in touch with
all the important people in your life.
Entering a Task
Knowing what you need to do isn’t enough: You need to know what to do
next. When you’re juggling 1,000 competing demands all at once, you need a
tool that shows you, at a glance, what’s up next so you can keep your work
moving forward.
Outlook has several task-management tools that help you organize your
lengthy To-Do list for peak performance. Those tools include the Tasks
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