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Effective Time Management: Using Microsoft® Outlook® to Organize Your Work and Personal Life by Lothar Seiwert and Holger Woeltje

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  1. Create a notebook structure and a section structure. For example, start by planning all your meetings and long phone calls in OneNote and making notes during conversations from now on.

  2. Insert a picture on a page. Highlight part of the picture with a text marker.

  3. Create an outline with at least three levels and two subitems.

    Collapse the entire outline to level 2. Expand the first subitem to level 3. Color all items of level 2 in blue (all at the same time) and format the writing in bold.

  4. Create a customized tag for goals (check box tags can be checked off when done). Specify a tag in a section for at least four tasks and two open questions. Then display the tag summary. From there, jump to the displayed tasks (one after the other) and create ...

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