Chapter 13. E-Mailing with Microsoft Office Outlook 2003

10-Second Summary

  • Create and send instant messages

  • E-mail with Outlook

  • Send shared attachments

  • Print messages

  • Delete messages

You probably already know that Microsoft Outlook is far more than an e-mail application. Developed as a kind of personal data assistant to help you keep track of the myriad details of your daily life, Outlook includes a task scheduler, a calendar, a contact manager, a journal, and a notepad. But because e-mail has become so central to our personal and professional lives, it’s nice to know that Outlook has at its core one of the best e-mail programs around. This chapter focuses on getting started with e-mail in Outlook.

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