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Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 QuickSteps

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 QuickSteps.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Marty Matthews(Author)

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Step-by-Step, Full-Color Graphics!

Get started using Outlook 2007 right away--the QuickSteps way. Color screenshots and clear instructions show you how to use all the new and improved features. Follow along and learn to work with the new Office interface and ribbon; send, receive, and manage e-mail; enter contact information; schedule appointments; set up tasks; and use the Journal.

You'll also find out how to manage files and folders, secure your e-mail, and block junk mail and spam. Plus, you can flip straight to the information you need easily using the color-coded tabs. Get the book that gets you started using Outlook 2007 in no time.

In each chapter:

  • Shortcuts for accomplishing common tasks
  • Need-to-know facts in concise narrative
  • Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing things
  • Bonus information related to the topic being covered
  • Errors and pitfalls to avoid

Step-by-Step, Full-Color Graphics!

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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.
# of Devices Unlimited
Flowing Text / Pages Pages
Printable? Yes

Book details

  • PDF | 222 pages
  • Marty Matthews(Author)
  • McGraw-Hill Education (16 Mar. 2007)
  • English
  • 7
  • Computing & Internet

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  • By Fiona on 20 May 2010

    Would rather be shown/told how to do something on a computer but, as this is not possible, this book is the next best thing.

  • By Pamela Jones on 26 August 2010

    This book is very good. I have one gripe, though. It doesn't explain how to import "Auto-text" and "Macros" from earlier versions of Word, which are a fundamental part of the software. These seem to be referred to as "building blocks". Their extension is *.docx. The "" template is now "Normat.dotm". Therefore, dragging the old "" folder into the new "Normal.dotm" folder won't suffice.Looking at the Help Menu, it seems as though it's a complicated process to import the old "" template. This is very much hard luck, if you've created hundreds of "auto texts" and "Macros", in previous versions, as I have.Can we trust the Office 2007 Help Menu anyway, I ask myself. Especially as the Help Menu gives completely the wrong information on importing the ".pst" Folder into Outlook 2007. On enquiring on the Microsoft Office 2007 Forum, I was informed by someone that three years ago he had asked Microsoft to remove the incorrect information from their Help Menu. Obviously, they didn't take any notice.Apart from this omission, it's a good book.

  • By Old Loggie on 13 March 2010

    Clearly written and very informative. Helped us get started on upgrading from Outlook on MS Office 2000. The format of the book (landscape) is not particulalry book-shelf storage friendly, but this is a small price to pay(literally) for such a good guide.

  • By Opus simplex on 3 March 2014

    Yes! it does this alright. If you need to be led by the hand unless you are one of those who needs to just dip in and out, there are other books for can spend time reading it - I do mean reading it - spells everything out for you at your leisure - if you've got it. Might be a little dated by now in some ways since 2010 and upwards on the market. Microsoft changing their Software technology in April 2014 is not going to help you for much longer with this series and will soon drop out as being 'quite useless'. Sorry folks! Not my fault. Windows in its old form is dead!Address your blame and complaints to Microsoft.

  • By hamish on 9 June 2014

    Both books were described as good condition, and they certainly are. We have purchased used books in the past and have always found them to be as described. Buying these on line, used, saved us £15 which as pensioners on a fixed income is extremely good.The books arrived, well packaged. We are delighted with our purchase and would certainly use this supplier again.

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